Findings move to clinical trials, but cancer patients can use yoga and other relaxation techniques now to lower stress
Aug. 25, 2015
| By Mary Engel / Fred Hutch News Service
Women with ovarian cancer who took a certain type of beta-blocker for heart problems unrelated to their cancer lived more than four years on average longer than those who did not take the drug, a study finds.
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