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Cancer

Many Cancer Patients Turn To Complementary Therapies For Healing

14 years, 7 months ago

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Posted on Jun 12, 2004, 11 a.m. By Bill Freeman

People with cancer believe that it takes more than modern medicine to help them. A study of 750 patients found that most rely on prayer, relaxation techniques, exercise, and sometimes herbs or mega-vitamins, to improve their health. But fewer than half of them discuss using complementary therapies with their doctors.
People with cancer believe that it takes more than modern medicine to help them. A study of 750 patients found that most rely on prayer, relaxation techniques, exercise, and sometimes herbs or mega-vitamins, to improve their health. But fewer than half of them discuss using complementary therapies with their doctors.

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