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Acupuncture & Cancer

No-one is untouched by a cancer diagnosis – 1 in 3 people develop cancer. Such a diagnosis may have dramatic consequences. Whilst there are comprehensive cancer services available, people increasingly are drawn to the wisdom of complementary therapies such as acupuncture for support and help.

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Effect of Acupuncture on Immune Function

60% of people surveyed in an oncology clinic agreed that acupuncture helped with a wide variety of problems. From, pain, nausea and vomiting, fatigue, and vasomotor symptoms to name but a few. Integrative medicine is the way forward in the 21st century. Hopefully more studies will back this up again and again.

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Cancer and Acupuncture

Cancer in 2008 according to The World Health organization was the cause of 7.6 million deaths worldwide which equals thirteen percent of the global population. Unfortunately it is estimated that the death rate from cancer will hit 13.1 million by 2030. Actual figures suggest that up to 30% of cancers are caused by the use […]

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Relationship Between Cancer and Stress

It has always been suspected that a relationship existed between the development of cancer and the presence of stress in one’s life. The difficulty was in establishing the nature of the relationship. Was it a direct or an indirect relationship? The main difficulty centred around the understanding of the terms, stress and stressors and their […]

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