Efficacy of Clinical Hypnosis in the Enhancement of Quality of Life of Terminally Ill Cancer Patients

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  title={Efficacy of Clinical Hypnosis in the Enhancement of Quality of Life of Terminally Ill Cancer Patients},
  author={Christina Liossi and Paul White},
  year={2006}
}
The fact that terminal cancer patients experience considerable psychological distress is now undisputed, but the effectiveness of psychological treatments in relieving this suffering is less clear. The aim of the present research was to evaluate the efficacy of clinical hypnosis in the enhancement of quality of life of patients with far-advanced cancer. Fifty terminally ill cancer patients were randomly assigned to two groups: standard care and hypnosis. Patients in the standard care group… CONTINUE READING

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