Can Specialized Yoga Techniques Improve Outcomes for Cancer Patients?

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Certified yoga therapist Raquel Forsgren joined Patient Power in Chicago at the 2019 American Society Clinical Oncology (ASCO) meeting to explain how a tailored yoga practice can be an effective side effect management strategy for cancer patients. Raquel also shares highlights from the conference, tips on taking control and demonstrates a calming and grounding breathing exercise. 

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