Mind–Body Therapies in Integrative Oncology

@article{Elkins2010MindBodyTI,
  title={Mind–Body Therapies in Integrative Oncology},
  author={G. Elkins and W. Fisher and Aimee K. Johnson},
  journal={Current Treatment Options in Oncology},
  year={2010},
  volume={11},
  pages={128-140}
}
Opinion statementThere is growing interest in mind–body therapies as adjuncts to mainstream cancer treatment, and an increasing number of patients turn to these interventions for the control of emotional stress associated with cancer. Increased research funding has enabled many such interventions to be evaluated for their efficacy, including studies of mind–body interventions to reduce pain, anxiety, insomnia, anticipatory, and treatment-related nauseas, hot flashes, and improved mood. Mind… Expand
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