Improving quality of life and mood for patients receiving mesothelioma treatment
Mind-body interventions can improve the quality of life and mood for patients receiving treatment for mesothelioma.
Evidence from multiple studies with various types of cancer patients suggests that mind-body interventions can improve mood, quality of life, and coping, as well as ameliorate disease- and treatment-related symptoms, such as chemotherapy-induced nausea, vomiting, and pain.
Some studies have suggested that mind-body interventions can alter various immune parameters, but it is unclear whether these alterations are of sufficient magnitude to have an impact on disease progression or prognosis.This information is courtesy of the National Institutes of Health
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