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An Integrated Clinical Approach with Chinese Medicine: Alleviating the Side Effects of Cancer Treatment ( 2nd Edition)

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An Integrated Clinical Approach with Chinese Medicine: Alleviating the Side Effects of Cancer Treatment ( 2nd Edition)

by Zhang Dai-zhao

556 pages

published by PMPH


An Integrated Clinical Approach with Chinese Medicine: Alleviating the Side Effects of Cancer Treatment ( 2nd Edition)

 

Cancer patients are plagued by the undesirable, and often unbearable, adverse effects of radiation therapy, chemotherapy and other treatment modalities. Many patients report these side effects to be just as, if not more, intolerable than the cancer itself. The focus of this book is on how to use modern diagnostic methods and Chinese medical treatment to address this problem. The author of this book, Dr. Zhang Dai-zhao, is a well-known oncologist in China and is the one of the leading authorities on the use of integrative medicine to relieve the side effects of cancer treatment. There are few books on this subject available on the market, which makes this an invaluable resource for all clinicians who are involved in the management of cancer.

Author

Seventy-seven year-old Zhang Dai-zhao currently serves as the chief physician and doctoral supervisor at China-Japan Friendship Hospital in Beijing. He has been engaged in preventing and treating tumors with integrative medicine for over 40 years. He has focused his research and practice on improving the quality of life for tumor patients by increasing the survival rates and lessening side effects from radiation and chemotherapy.

 

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