Complementary and alternative therapies

December 07, 2020

Complementary therapies are used together with conventional cancer treatments. The purpose of a complementary therapy is not to treat the cancer itself. Complementary therapies help a person cope with cancer, its treatment or side effects, and to feel better. They take a holistic approach by focusing on the whole person. Read more at http://www.cancer.ca/canada-wide/about%20cancer/treatment/complementary%20and%20alternative%20therapies.aspx?sc_lang=en#ixzz1yi9E3d00



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