Study: Yoga May Benefit Cancer Patients In Combination with Chemotherapy & Improved QOL

Study: Yoga May Benefit Cancer Patients In Combination with Chemotherapy & Improved QOL

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Jun J. Mao, MD of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center discusses a study where yoga may benefit cancer patients in combination with chemotherapy providing an improved quality of life. There are more and more systematic reviews that begins to evaluate the safety and efficacy of complimentary therapies. There is even a paper recently published in the Journal National Cancer Institute of Monographs that evaluates the state of evidence and gaps for acupuncture oncology care. Acupuncture may be a valuable tool for managing chemotherapy-related nausea and vomiting, cancer-related fatigues and pain among cancer survivors. So, this and a lot more are the progress made in this field.
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