EFFECTS OF ENERGETIC THERAPY ON BASAL CELL CARCINOMA

Patricia A Norris, Steven L Fahrion

Abstract


This pilot study examines the effect of the application of energetic therapy by two energy practitioners nationally recognized for their effectiveness on basal cell carcinoma BCe. Outcome measures included photographs of the tumors during the treatment process, referring physician follow-up reports, and patient reports. Change in tumor size was related to simultaneously measured variables including therapist assessments of client's energy condition and therapist outcome expectation, and client gender, depression, mood, and outcome expectation. Client quality of life at the conclusion of treatment was assessed based on criteria for evaluating nonconventional cancer treatments from the Office of Technology Assessment (OTA). Adverse effects and cost-effectiveness of the treatment were examined. Advantage of studying treatment of this disease in complementary medicine research is noted.


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