There are a number of things
that can be done for cancer pain, even in later stage cancers. Suggestions
to research include:
Be sure to coordinate any program or approach
with your naturopath or alternative physician before using any of these
products or approaches.
There is info on cancer pain in the book "Alternative Medicine
Definitive Guide to Cancer" by John Diamond and Burton
Goldberg, or, there is a condensed version called Cancer Diagnosis,
What to Do Next. Also, Reader's
Digest "Alternative Answers to Pain" offers some good
and anxiety increase pain, so if you can reduce stress and anxiety, you
may help reduce cancer pain.
Cancer support groups may
be helpful. We are starting a list of some of these groups.
If you have a support group in your area that works with people using
alternative approaches to treating their cancer, please email our
webmaster at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hufeland Clinic in
Germany does pain management - http://www.cancure.org/hufeland_clinic.htm
as well as treating the cancer.
Websites with additional information:
- do a search for pain
The following are
There are websites on cancer pain at http://www.cancer-pain.org/press/newwebsite.html