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Santosh Rao, MD

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Debora Bruno, MD smiles with a cancer infusion patient

How Integrative Oncology Helps Manage Cancer Side Effects

During and after cancer treatment, integrative oncology uses complementary therapies to help manage pain and other side effects.

Male breast cancer survivor Matthew Wright (left)

Treating the Whole Person

The UH Connor Whole Health Integrative Oncology Clinic provides physician-guided massage therapy and acupuncture to ease cancer patients’ pain.

Barbara DiScenna, MA, ATR-BC, LSW, LPC with an oncology patient

How Integrative Therapy Supports Cancer Treatment

Designed to safely relieve the negative side effects of treatments, complementary care can also reduce the chances of cancer recurrence.

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