Allina Health study finds alternative therapies ease cancer pain


[Star Tribune, November 04, 2014] So-called integrative therapies reduced self-reported pain levels by 47 percent and cut anxiety levels by 56 percent for cancer patients at Allina’s Abbott Northwestern Hospital.

The Abbott study is the largest of its kind for cancer patients and was set for publication Tuesday in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute Monographs. Read the entire story at

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