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For those of you who attended our cancer conference , Who is in Control: You or Cancer? on Nov 7, 2015 at the Marriot Hotel and submitted a question for our panel, here are the answers submitted by Dr. Heidi Puc, as promised.
A groundbreaking study from 2000, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that women undergoing high-dose chemotherapy for breast cancer who were getting acupuncture had 1/3 the number of emetic episodes (vomiting) compared to women receiving triple anti-emetic drug therapy alone.
Study published in Journal of Clinical Oncology shows that acupuncture may have positive effects in relieving fatigue related to chemotherapy in patients with breast cancer.
In most cases, acupuncture stimulation with a needle is much more effective and long-lasting than acupressure, but here are a few points that can be invaluable to know, and are very effective with acupressure alone that you can learn to do on your own.
NAET is one of the only methods available to address not just the symptoms that arise due to allergies and sensitivities, but the root of those sensitivities and allergies in the body itself.
The July 2011 issue of the Journal of Anesthesia features an article comparing acupuncture to the anti-emetic drug odansetron for reducing emetic episodes (vomiting) in women having cesarean sections. Odansetron is also known as zofran, and is a very commonly used drug to prevent nausea and vomiting after surgery. The study followed 450 patients, and found acupuncture to be just as effective as zofran during, and following the surgery.