The terms "complementary" and "integrative" are sometimes used to refer to ways of managing cancer related symptoms that are used along with standard treatments. Here you'll find general information to help you better understand these terms and how to decide if using them is right for you.
Complementary and integrative medicine are products and practices used along with standard medical care to help manage symptoms and side effects from cancer and its treatment. Learn what these terms mean and find information to help you make the most informed and safest decision about whether to use them.
To learn how to better evaluate the news you see about new treatments or ways to prevent cancer, or for reliable information on specific complementary and alternative methods, please see the following resources and websites: