Study finds that those using complementary therapies have fewer infections
By MELISSA PANG
A study surveyed 357 patients from the National Cancer Centre Singapore. Of these, 195 used complementary and alternative medicines, while the remaining 162 were non-users.
Cancer patients who take complementary and alternative medicine come down with fewer infections than those who do not, a local study has found. They are also less likely to be hospitalised or need antibiotics.