- n a Mexican man who practices healing techniques inherited from the Mayans
- A wife, seeing her tuberculous husband racked by coughing and wasting away, called in a curandero (healer), who prescribed donkey milk.
- The most famous herb doctor of southern Paraguay, his reputation as a curandero rivals that of Mariano Miguel Campos, who wields his herbs at Yhu in the northwest forests.
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- Wenatchee man keeps Mexican traditional healing alive, for now
Jorge Chacon is a family counselor and one of the few curanderos — traditional Mexican healers — in the state. A program at the UW Medical Center is working with Chacon to educate new doctors about traditional healing work.
April 1, 2014 - Seattle Times