Comparison of Quality of Life Between Breast Cancer Patients Treated With and Without Adjunctive Traditional Chinese Medicine in Taiwan

Yeong-Ruey Chu, Pei-Tseng Kung, Liang-Chih Liu, Chin-Yao Lin, Fu Ou-Yang, Chia-Herng Yue, Shan-Yu Su, Ying-Yu Chen, Wen-Ching Wang, Hui-Fen Kao, Wen-Yu Chou & Wen-Chen Tsai
In Taiwan, breast cancer has the highest incidence among all cancers. Although adjunctive traditional Chinese medicine treatment (TCM) have been used to ameliorate the side effects or discomfort caused by cancer treatments, no study has focused on the assessment of the quality of life of patients undergoing adjunctive TCM treatments. This study compared the quality of life between breast cancer patients treated with and without adjunctive TCM. Questionnaires were collected from 7 hospitals with a...
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