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Born in Saigon during the Vietnam War, Minh Vo faced his own battle for life. From the moment of birth he fought severe pneumonia and illness near the point of death, until the universe decided to lend a hand and gave back a life that was meant to help others.

About the Author

Immigrating with his family from Vietnam after the war, they found a new home and a new start in the Pacific Northwest of the United States. Minh Vo studied diligently to learn about the different ways of helping people heal, both mentally and physically. In his own journey towards physical, mental and spiritual advancement, Minh Vo was able to discover truths about healing the body through broadening his personal consciousness.

Today, Dr. Minh Vo uses his knowledge to help many of his patients using chiropractic and energy medicine. Using an alternative integrated approach, Dr. Minh Vo follows the principal that the human body was created to heal itself naturally, that pain and dis-ease are more than clinical definitions, that they may have a root cause originating from mental states of stress beyond physical explanation.

Exploring this principal Dr. Minh Vo has shown many of his patients how to let go of their pain and suffering by releasing emotional anchors from their past that hinder a person both physically as well as spiritually. He understands his purpose as sharing this knowledge through his writings and teachings to accelerate humanity’s spiritual evolution. Through Dr. Minh Vo’s work, knowing and experiencing the greatness of who you really are, becomes achievable within your life time.

Minh Vo’s latest book is a personal memoir titled You and Me, No Matter What. It’s a story about two people meeting and falling in love. A modern-day East meets West. A timid Vietnamese immigrant and a fun-loving girl from the south spend their young lives looking and searching for love and eventually finding it and each other in a gay bar in San Francisco.

Three months after their wedding, Ally, his new bride, was diagnosed with terminal cancer, with less than a year to live. You and Me, No Matter What is an unblinking recount of their daily life as a husband and wife, patient and caregiver, battling the intricacies of modern- day cancer treatments, their failures, and eventually how he survived and came back to life after the death of his wife. This memoir is written as a love story and offers hope and solace to those who suffer and grieve from the brutal act of losing a loved one to cancer.