A guide to complementary and alternative therapies in cancer care
Advice for nurses on what to tell people with cancer about complementary and alternative therapies, including any potential patient benefits and risks
According to Cancer Research UK (CRUK), around 30% to 40% of people with cancer use complementary or alternative therapies, and research suggests that it has become more mainstream in the past 20 years.
Cancer Nursing Practice.
22, 2, 7-9.
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