Alternative Approaches to Cancer Treatment

Do you or don’t you?

Odds are, you do. Latest studies show that a majority of cancer patients use some form of CAM, or complementary medicine. Increasingly, alternative treatments are now being seen as integrative, and are integrated with traditional, or allopathic medical care. For example, yoga or a vegetarian diet might be integrated with chemotherapy.

More studies are being done demonstrating the value of good nutrition combined with physical exercise/movement and stress reduction (yoga, meditation, etc.). The site contains articles on everything – from the tried and true (take Vitamin D to improve bone health) to the not-so-accepted, like uropathy (drinking one’s own urine). For more information, check out:

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