Integrative medicine is a combination of medical treatments for cancer and complementary therapies to cope with the symptoms and side effects. You may sometimes hear integrative medicine called complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). However, there are no true “alternatives” to cancer treatment.
Learn more about the difference between complementary therapies and alternative therapies.
Read about the complementary therapies that have been shown to help improve the quality of life of people with cancer.
Learn how to assess if a complementary or alternative therapy can be combined with standard cancer treatment.
Learn about how to find and join a complementary therapy clinical trial.
Learn about dietary and herbal products, including how to evaluate their safety.