Although alternative medicine cannot cure cancer, Integrative Medicine can help improve the quality of life for a cancer patient. Its focus is the total well-being of the patient and is person-centered, rather than disease-centered. These treatments do not aim to replace conventional treatments, but rather are used alongside conventional cancer treatments. Although physicians have been slow to recognize the benefits of Integrative Medicine, there is now more interest in using Integrative Medicine with cancer. For the cancer patient, integrative treatments can be aimed at improving overall health, preventing adverse effects between supplements and conventional treatments, decreasing overall side effects of conventional therapy, preparing a patient for surgery, and addressing the challenges of living with cancer.
Integrative Medicine is growing in popularity among cancer patients, fueling research on alternative treatments and their integration with conventional care for cancer.
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Integrative Medicine heals breast cancer survivors. Beth Sternlieb teaches breast cancer survivors to fight fatigue with Iyengar yoga at the Integrative Medicine Center at UCLA.
Vitamin D has been found to help prevent cancer and promote survivorship. People living in northern latitudes (such as New England) are especially prone to vitamin D deficiency. Dana-Farber Cancer Institute nutritionist Stacy Kennedy explains why cancer patients and survivors should talk to their doctor about vitamin D supplements.
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On this video filmed in 2006, Dr. Robert Melamede, Professor of Biology at the University of Colorado, explains how the body's Endo-Cannabinoid system (and plant based Cannabinoids as supplement) kills cancer cells and inhibits tumor growth. Very interesting approach.
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