Complementary and conventional cancer care: the integration of two cultures.

@article{Burke1993ComplementaryAC,
  title={Complementary and conventional cancer care: the integration of two cultures.},
  author={Catherine Burke and Konrad Sikora},
  journal={Clinical oncology (Royal College of Radiologists (Great Britain))},
  year={1993},
  volume={5 4},
  pages={220-7}
}
There is now increasing evidence that many cancer patients are seeking unorthodox forms of support and treatment. These range from measures to enhance the quality of life, such as counselling and relaxation therapy, through to alternative cancer remedies, such as extreme diets with detoxification by coffee enemas. Much of complementary care is provided outside the hospital setting, often without the knowledge of the health care professionals involved in a patient's treatment. The Bristol Cancer… CONTINUE READING