Hypnosis in cancer care

@inproceedings{Liossi2006HypnosisIC,
  title={Hypnosis in cancer care},
  author={Christina Liossi},
  year={2006}
}
  • Christina Liossi
  • Published 2006
  • Medicine
  • Despite conclusive evidence for the efficacy of clinical hypnosis in the management of many cancer related symptoms and particularly acute and chronic pain, hypnosis is currently under-utilized in these applications. This paper gives a brief overview of the contemporary uses of hypnosis in paediatric and adult oncology and shows how hypnosis can be integrated into a total therapeutic process based on the needs and goals of the patient and the health care team treating them. The first section… CONTINUE READING

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