After writing 2 books with his wife, Rochelle - "Portrait of a Psychic Healer" in 1981 and then "A Touch of Hope" in 1998 (both published by Putnam), Dean was deluged with people seeking his help. Then in October 1999, NBC-TV aired a world premiere movie based on part of his life--and second book--also entitled "A Touch of Hope". When the movie aired, afirst of it's kind, demands for his help reached astronomical proportions. Dean Kraft removed himself from the public eye for 8 years and has been involved in research and writing about his unusual experiences.
The NBC movie about his life: "A Touch Of Hope" airs frequently, as well as the "Unexplained Mysteries" segment featuring Dean's unique abilities. These shows always create renewed interest in locating Dean. It has become clear that many people are seeking Dean's help and looking for a way to contact him.
Presently, Dean and Rochelle are working with a web designer to make all sorts of information and documentation available to the public such as printed material, media interviews, etc, all chronicling the history of the most scientifically studied and medically documented healer of our time.
After 35 years of helping the majority of the people that the doctors had given up on, Dean has become world-renown. This is due in no small part to his amazing success rate and his willingness to subject himself to paranormal, medical, and healing research. Dean has made himself available to laboratories around the country, killing cancer cells in test tubes, effecting electrostatic and electromagnetic fields at will, lowering rodent's blood pressure and effecting plant growth--his watered plants grew slower, but just as healthy as the control plants---a Fountain of Youth Effect perhaps?
Dean Kraft is the only non-religious laying-on-of-hands healer that has ever cured ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease). He has helped many, many others with this deadly disease to all varying degrees. In addition to working with this terminal illness, Dean also works with many types of cancers when medical science has given up. Strongly believing in traditional medicine, he is not in conflict with doctors, but works as an adjunct along side the physicians in a complementive manner.
There are never any promises or guarantees that Dean can help. That said, when medical science has nothing left to offer, instead of giving up when the doctors say "there's nothing more that we can do", there IS a parallel path that people can travel that complements traditional medical treatment to try and reclaim health and wellness in their lives. Ailments such as back problems, herniated disks, arthritis, eye and ear disorders, as well as sports injuries are among the many problems that doctors can help only to a certain degree, and Dean has worked with successfully. Over the years, hundreds of doctors have referred their ill patients to Dean, as well as come to Dean with their own medical ailments.
Dean and Rochelle Kraft sincerely appreciate your continued interest and support.
Dean and Rochelle Kraft
527 Third Ave., Suite #266
New York, NY 10016