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Can Women Fight Cancer With Chinese Medicine? - Dr. Mao (VIDEO)

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Dr. Maoshing Ni explains how Chinese Medicine can be effective in helping women suffering from cancer.

Dr. Mao:
In our work, we work with a lot of patients undergoing cancer therapy, for example, breast cancer, uterine cancer and ovarian cancer, a lot of women, because we do specialize in women’s health, we get a lot of these patients and we work with many oncologists in our city here and one of the things we do is acupuncture really helps to relieve a lot of these symptoms, the side effects from chemotherapy and radiation. Fatigue is a big one. Nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, neuropathy where they have nerve damage in their fingers and their toes, constipation, I mean, the list goes on and on, you know, brain fog, they cannot, they cannot concentrate.

Well, we do in my opinion a very critical job in supporting the patients so that they suffer minimally and get rid of many of the side effects and symptoms, and more importantly we seek to support their immune system so that their immune system can be mobilized to fight, to participate in the healing process. Throughout this whole treatment, it is a wonderful collaboration of East and West where we come together and really help patients become sustained through the process of their chemo, radiation, surgery, so they can complete the program and oftentimes these patients who do this, they have, we have done some studies actually tracking this in China, the integrated approach, that they have much higher survival rate, cure rate, as well as better quality of life. So Chinese medicine is very, very important and very useful during women’s anticancer therapies.

Dr. Mao is a Licensed Acupuncturist, a Diplomat of Chinese Herbology and a Diplomat in Anti-Aging. He is currently in general practice with special interest in immune, hormonal and aging related conditions. He was awarded the Outstanding Acupuncturist of the Year Award in 1987. Dr. Mao along with Dr. Dao, his brother and father, founded Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Santa Monica, California. He is currently director and a professor of Chinese medicine at Yo San University. Dr. Mao is a member of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, the AOM ALLIANCE, American Society of Acupuncturist, the American Association of Acupuncturist & Oriental Medicine and National certification Commission for Acupuncturist & Oriental Medicine Diplomat in Chinese Herbology.

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