Author, Cancer Survivor and Naturopathic Doctor to Give Virtual Talk, Q&A Exploring Road to Health Post-Cancer Treatment

Amy Rothenberg, NDPORTLAND, OR – The National University of Natural Medicine (NUNM) announced today a virtual talk with author, cancer survivor and alumna Amy Rothenberg, ND (’86), Wednesday, November 2, 2022, at 5 pm. The event is open to the public and comes one month after the release of Dr. Rothenberg’s book, You Finished Treatment, Now What? A Field Guide for Cancer Survivors. 100% of the event proceeds will benefit NUNM Health Center’s Compassionate Care Program, providing primary care services to medically underserved populations in Portland.

A longtime healthcare provider, teacher, writer and Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine (ND), Dr. Rothenberg was diagnosed with cancer in 2014. At the ticketed, virtual event, she will share her story of recovery and resilience, highlighting the evidence for an integrative approach to healing. A Q&A session moderated by Carrie Baldwin-Sayre, ND (’04) will follow.

Tickets and Information

An Evening with Dr. Amy Rothenberg
Wednesday, November 2, 2022, 5 pm (Virtual Event)
$25 General Public / $15 Students
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Proceeds to benefit the NUNM Health Center’s Compassionate Care Program.

About Dr. Amy Rothenberg

Dr. Amy Rothenberg has practiced naturopathic medicine since 1986. The American Association of Naturopathic Physicians’ 2017 Physician of the Year, Dr. Rothenberg is currently president of the Massachusetts Society of Naturopathic Doctors, spearheading the successful licensing effort in the Bay State. Previously, she was the longtime medical editor for the Institute of Natural Medicine. When diagnosed with cancer in 2014, Dr. Rothenberg sought care at a renowned teaching hospital, while also adding naturopathic doctors who specialize in integrative oncology to create her medical dream team. Her book, You Finished Treatment, Now What? A Field Guide for Cancer Survivors is a roadmap to address health challenges that persist after care, exploring how lifestyle and natural medicine can reduce the risk of recurrence. For more about the author, visit

Praise for You Finished Treatment, Now What?

“There is an enormous unmet need for relatable, valid, clear and helpful advice for people after cancer treatment is complete and patients are all too often abandoned to the rocky road of survivorship. Drawing on her own experience as both a practitioner and a patient, Dr. Rothenberg ably navigates the world of care and cure with the effortless encouragement of a real pro who really knows and can help you understand what’s needed to step into a brighter and better future.”

—Richard Penson, MD, MRCP, Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School & Clinical Director of Medical Gynecologic Oncology, Massachusetts General Hospital

“This book and all of Dr. Rothenberg’s approaches create a treatment plan that dovetails and compliments conventional cancer care, and most importantly encourages physical vitality, mental clarity and emotional balance.”

—Nancy H. O’Hara, MD, MPH, FAAP

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