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Managing Stress Helps Cancer Patients Heal Faster And Feel Betteri
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November 07, 2013 6:50 PM
Just as stress and anxiety have a negative impact on health, having a positive outlook can help with healing. VOA's Carol Pearson spoke to a psychologist who works with cancer patients and to a cancer patient who works at keeping her spirts up.

Managing Stress Helps Cancer Patients Heal Faster And Feel Better

Published November 07, 2013

Just as stress and anxiety have a negative impact on health, having a positive outlook can help with healing. VOA's Carol Pearson spoke to a psychologist who works with cancer patients and to a cancer patient who works at keeping her spirts up.


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