CancerChoices Complementary Therapy Reviews: Top-Rated on Quality and Trustworthiness

We received the highest rating among the sites evaluated for quality and trustworthiness of information on cancer complementary therapies, with a total score of 4.9/5.

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Vitamin D: Hit the Sweet Spot to Reduce Cancer Risk

Evidence so far shows a lower risk of many types of cancer among people with mid-range blood vitamin D levels compared to low levels. However, if your blood level is already in the middle range, taking vitamin D supplements might not bring much benefit regarding cancer risk. For men, if your vitamin D level is above about 35 ng/mL, more vitamin D could even be raising your risk of some types of cancer.

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SIO & ASCO Collaborate on Clinical Practice Guidelines

The collaboration represents the deepening fusion of conventional and integrative oncology.

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Maturing with Time and Evidence: The Updated American Cancer Society Lifestyle Guidelines

Most of all, they stress how important it is to adopt healthy patterns of eating and moving.

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BCCT/CancerChoices Take: MEAL Study: Effect of Eating Vegetables on Prostate Cancer Progression

Consider an integrative approach to reduce the risk that your cancer will progress.

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CancerChoices and BCCT Take: Cannabis and Head and Neck Cancer

If you have HPV-positive head and neck cancer, it would make sense to stop using cannabis.

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Mining Google for Integrative Medicine Topics: Lower Yields

Google has changed its algorithm for searches, which changes the way Google ranks websites.

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Should Oncologists Recommend Cannabis?

We prefer to make recommendations supported by published literature.

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Integrative Oncology Leaders’ Criticisms of JAMA Oncology Article on Complementary Medicine Link with Increased Risk of Death

Integrative oncology aims to optimize health, quality of life, and clinical outcomes across the cancer care continuum.

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Integrative Cancer Care: How Far We’ve Come!

ASCO’s endorsement shows how far integrative oncology has come.

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