Aug. 4, Toronto, Ont. – A recent study showed that massage and other relaxation therapies do not lower somatic distress and mood disturbances in children undergoing stem cell transplants.
Previous findings in adults had indicated that
massage, relaxation, laughter, guided
imagery and other complementary therapies were as, or more, effective in adult
populations with cancer related stresses than conventional drug and/or
psychosocial interventions, but that children do not respond in a similar
Study results for massage and cancer-related stress in kids
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