Can complementary therapies help people with cancer cope with anxiety?
Many people with cancer can experience anxiety and psychological distress because of the fear of the unknown. In this issue we explore non-conventional therapies as a way to help people with cancer relax, or give them coping strategies for when feelings of anxiety or fear surface.
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