New study shows high use of complementary therapies by cancer inpatients

Patients hospitalised for cancer treatment commonly use complementary and integrative health approaches such as nutritional supplements, special diets, and massage according to a new study. More than 95 percent of patients expressed interest in at least one of these types of therapies if offered during their hospital stay, as reported in the study published in The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine.

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