Battling and Beating Cancer — Coping With The Psychological & Social Aspects of Cancer Part 1



Battling and Beating Cancer -- Coping With The Psychological & Social Aspects of Cancer Part 1

This is the premier episode in Chicago Blood Cancer Foundation’s “Battling and Beating Cancer” television series on CAN TV. On this episode hosts and Chicago Blood Cancer Foundation founders Charlene McMann and Scott Seaman are joined by Dr. Janine Gauthier. Dr. Gauthier is Assistant Professor and Director of Psychosocial Oncology and Clinical Services for the Cancer Integrative Medicine Program at Rush University Medical Center. They discuss stress, fatigue, psychological and social issues that impact cancer patients and how to cope with these challenges. These include acupuncture, yoga, massage therapy, stress management, biofeedback, relaxation, guided imagery, and medical hypnosis. This is part 1 of 2.

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