New cancer study finds benefit in old therapy

Cancer patients who practise medical Qigong, a form of traditional Chinese medicine, experience significantly higher wellbeing levels, improved cognitive functioning and less inflammation.

The study, by researchers at the University of Sydney, also found patients reported increased satisfaction with their sex lives.

Qigong is a 5000-year-old combination of gentle exercise and meditation.

Read more at University of Sydney

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