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Integrative Cancer Therapies journal accepted into prestigious ISI index

tice or Exercise Intervention? Studying the Benefit for Cancer Survivors"

"Extraction-Dependent Effects of American Ginseng (Panax quinquifolium) on Human Breast Cancer Cell Proliferation and Estrogen Receptor Activation"

Preadministration of High-Dose Salicylates, Suppressors of NF-kB Activation, May Increase the Chemosensitivity of Many Cancers

"Integrative cancer treatment incorporates the best of conventional interventions with meaningful, complementary therapies, and individualizes each patient's care regimen. Treatment plans may include chemotherapy, chronomodulated chemotherapy (circadian-timed chemotherapy), prescriptive exercise, nutritional pharmacology, scientifically tailored supplements, mind/body work and physical therapy," Dr. Block explains. "This acknowledgment by ISI will help professionals and patients alike understand ICT is a forum for disseminating information about groundbreaking and forward-looking work and I congratulate our editorial staff, editorial and advisory boards, and contributors to ICT for this important recognition."


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SAGE Publications
25-Sep-2006


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