March 30, 2018

Mayo Clinic now offering integrated therapies for cancer patients

By Karl Oestreich

First Coast News
by Lindsey Boetsch

A new program at The Mayo Clinic Jacksonville is helping patients integrate different treatment plans. This is in addition to their normal First Coast News Logochemotherapy and radiation. The goal is to help reduce the risk of cancer coming back and give the patients a way to live a healthier life…"We want them to be able to use natural supplements that can possibly enhance their therapy, but be certain they're not using supplements that could interfere with their overall treatment," said Dr. Dawn Mussallem, Mayo Clinic's Director of Integrated Medicine and Health.

Reach: First Coast News refers to three television stations in Jacksonville, Florida. WJXX, the ABC affiliate; WTLV, the NBC affiliate; and WCWJ, the CW affiliate.

Context: Dawn Mussallem, D.O. is a physician with Mayo Clinic's Breast Clinic. Whether you're facing noncancerous (benign) breast conditions, abnormal mammogram results, or newly diagnosed or recurrent breast cancer, the Robert and Monica Jacoby Center for Breast Health in Florida tailors care to individual situations. Mayo Clinic is one of the few places in the world where you can access all the specialists needed for comprehensive care "under one roof."

Contact: Paul Scotti

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