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The use of Complementary Medicine in Cancer Care
13 February 2020
Many patients with cancer seek Complementary and Alternative Medicines (CAMs) during their cancer treatment (22% as an overall average, but up to 87% of women with breast cancer, and up to 50% of...

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The use of Complementary Medicine in Cancer Care

Posted by MIOG support team on 13 February 2020
Many patients with cancer seek Complementary and Alternative Medicines (CAMs) during their cancer treatment (22% as...
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