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Newly Diagnosed With Cancer

Think of non-traditional treatments as complementary or in addition to - not instead of what your doctor has to offer.

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So called "alternative" or "complementary" treatments should only be considered in addition to medical treatments. 

For information about each therapy and what medical evidence indicates with respect to cancer, see American Cancer Society Complete Guide To Complementary & Alternative Cancer Therapies $24.95 including shipping.

Discuss any complementary treatments you are considering with your doctor before starting them.

NOTE: If existing treatments are not adequate, cutting edge treatments are available through clinical trials. There may also be treatments in use in other countries that may be of interest.

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