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Where should I look for alternative cancer approaches?

Asked by susanc (16122points) April 10th, 2008

I want to look for good research. No personal stories this time, if you don’t mind.

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nikipedia's avatar

Have you contacted the American Cancer Society? 1–800-ACS-2345

Also, are there any major research institutions in your area?

gailcalled's avatar

In western MA. there is a well-known and well-thought-of Japanese Macrobiotic and Healing institute. I have heard that lots of people in this area have benefited.

http://www.kushiinstitute.org/

gailcalled's avatar

National Institute of Health has this site; filled w. what seems like sane and well-documented links.

http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/canceralternativetherapies.html

susanc's avatar

Thank you my darlings.

sfyogi's avatar

www.yogabear.org has resources on cancer as complementary/alternative treatments

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