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The trial of a three-drug cocktail is the first for a new research consortium of which the CU Cancer Center is a partner.
Study finds approaches such as acupuncture, yoga and massage therapy are especially popular for pain management.
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Both approaches may offer a nonpharmaceutical option to use instead of or alongside opioids pain medication.
People seek traditional, complementary and integrative medicine for treatment, prevention, palliative care and rehabilitation.
The traditional mind-body practice appears to work as well as more intensive exercise.
The benefits were still apparent even 40 weeks after acupuncture therapy was completed.
Patient advocate Melvin Mann was diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukemia in 1995. He has been in treatment and in remission since 1998.
Expert panel recommends complementary approaches including acupuncture, yoga and massage, but more research is needed.
A cancer survivor turned health justice activist who helps other people with cancer navigate the confusing medical system
Demonstrating the power of yoga, tai chi, massage, diet, exercise, acupuncture and other integrative oncology practices
An integrative approach to reduce treatment-related side effects and enhance survival
A yoga therapy program improved quality of life and immune responses in people with newly diagnosed prostate cancer.
Brian Koffman, a family physician when diagnosed with chronic lymphocytic leukemia, cofounded the CLL Society.
Nearly three fourths of breast cancer patients employed one or more complementary therapies during treatment.
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