Institute Offers Seminar on Integrative Therapies for Women's Cancers
The Institute of Women's Health and Integrative Medicine is offering a seminar on Women's Cancers in Portland, OR, on Jan. 26-28. The course is focused toward practitioners who seek to develop or further their expertise in the use of nutritional and botanical therapies in combination with conventional cancer treatments and management, the institute says.
The course is designed to give the practitioner advanced skills in evaluation and treatment of women's cancers with an emphasis on evidence-based natural and conventional therapies while also maintaining a respect for the value of clinical experience and empirical knowledge, it says. This course will also pay specific attention to issues in comanagement: antioxidants with chemotherapy and/or radiation, drug-nutrient-herb interactions, maximizing therapeutic outcomes with complementary treatments, and minimizing side effects of conventional treatments.
For more information, see http://instituteofwomenshealth.com/conference, or call (503) 222-2322.The Institute of Women's Health and Integrative Medicine is offering a seminar on Women's Cancers in Portland, OR, on Jan. 26-28.
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