Tibetan sound meditation for cognitive dysfunction: results of a randomized controlled pilot trial.

@article{Milbury2013TibetanSM,
  title={Tibetan sound meditation for cognitive dysfunction: results of a randomized controlled pilot trial.},
  author={Kathrin Milbury and Alejandro Chaoul and Kelly A. Biegler and Tenzin Wangyal and Amy Renfro Spelman and Christina Anne Meyers and B Kilpadi Arun and Judy Lynn Palmer and Jolyn Sharpe Taylor and Lorenzo Cohen},
  journal={Psycho-oncology},
  year={2013},
  volume={22 10},
  pages={
          2354-63
        }
}
OBJECTIVE Although chemotherapy-induced cognitive impairment is common among breast cancer patients, evidence for effective interventions addressing cognitive deficits is limited. This randomized controlled trial examined the feasibility and preliminary efficacy of a Tibetan Sound Meditation (TSM) program to improve cognitive function and quality of life in breast cancer patients. METHODS Forty-seven breast cancer patients (mean age 56.3 years), who were staged I-III at diagnosis, 6-60 months… CONTINUE READING
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