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Complementary Therapies

Complementary Therapies for Young Adults with Cancer Can Overcome Isolation, Control Pain, and Promote Healing
Complementary TherapiesSurvivorshipMeditation & Cancer
Complementary therapies such as yoga, meditation, acupuncture, and massage can improve quality of life. Introducing adolescent and young adult patients with cancer to these and other creative healing methods helps to lessen the isolation and stress associated with a cancer diagnosis.
Yoga as a Healing Practice During Cancer and Beyond
Complementary TherapiesExercise & CancerWellness Corner
Two integrative medicine experts explain the benefits of yoga practice for patients with cancer and their caregivers.
Alternative, Complementary, or Integrative Medicine? How to Tell the Difference and Make Safe Choices
SurvivorshipComplementary Therapies
Check out the differences between alternative, complementary, and integrative medicine to help you or a loved one navigate through therapy options.
Integrative Oncology: Empowering Patients to Take an Active Role in Their Care
Complementary Therapies
One of the most challenging emotions after receiving a diagnosis of cancer is the feeling of loss of control. Suddenly, you are thrust into a “foreign country” with its own language and customs, all with the intention of treating the cancer.
The Benefits of Tai Chi and Qigong for Patients with Cancer
Exercise & CancerSurvivorshipComplementary Therapies
Did you know that there are ways of gently exercising that can be especially beneficial for patients with cancer and cancer survivors?

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