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Complementary and alternative medicine use by women after completion of allopathic treatment for breast cancer



Complementary and alternative medicine use by women after completion of allopathic treatment for breast cancer



Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine 10(1): 52-57



Context: A growing number of women are being diagnosed and successfully treated for breast cancer. Therefore, many women are living with a history of breast cancer. The use of complementary and alternative therapies within this patient population has increased. Objective: To determine post breast cancer treatment health behaviours with regard to use of complementary and alternative therapies.

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