Audios & Videos
In a continuing effort to provide the latest information on complementary and integrative medicine for cancer patients, caregivers, health care professionals and students, we offer a large selection of online audios and videos.
These recordings, produced in collaboration with UT Television, include information on a wide range of complementary therapies, demonstrations, and interviews with physicians and patients presented by the Integrative Medicine Program.
In addition we offer lecture series videos with expert speakers from around the world presenting state-of-the-art research and clinical programs in the area of integrative medicine.
Please note: These materials are being made available for educational and informational purposes only. No endorsement of any company or its products is intended.
About Integrative Medicine
Experts in cancer care discuss the use of complementary therapies among cancer patients.
Evidence-based Integrative Medicine - lecture (58:54)
Why Patients Use CAM (03:32)
About Complementary Therapies (04:06)
Getting Better Information (04:59)
Cancer Patients and CAM (05:45)
A Message for Patients (03:21)
Effects of Acupuncture on Cerebro-Cerebellar Activity by fMRI - lecture (57:04)
Chemobrain: Is it Real? (09:12)
Exercise & Movement
Physical Activity in Cancer Survivors - lecture (57:44)
Pilates Strengthens the Body (01:38)
Imagery Meditations - audio recordings
Legal Aspects of CAM
Laughter is good therapy (01:35)
Relaxation by Debra: Relaxation Audio
Music Therapy for the Cancer Patient - lecture (1:01:53)
Natural Supplements in Cancer Care: Help or Harm? A Clinical Perspective - lecture (55:19)
Nutraceutical Science or Nutraceutical Nonsense? A Pharmacologist's Perspective - lecture (1:02:47)
Nutrition and Cancer Treatment
Diet & Cancer: The Fourth Paradigm - lecture (1:05:35)
Nutrition and Cancer (17:34)
A Food-based approach to the prevention of G.I. tract cancers - lecture (1:02:16)
Jan's Story (2:18)
Roy's Story (2:21)
Gitka's Story (2:38)
Phillip's Story (2:44)
Roxanna's Story (2:42)
In these demonstrations of massage, Sat Siri Sumler, R.M.T., explains when it's safe to massage a person who has cancer and how to massage correctly with gentle, slow strokes, as well as when massage should not be used and which parts of the body that should not be massaged.
Stress & Cancer
Yoga: Gentle Bed Exercises (19:20)
Yoga: Gentle Breathing (14:41)
Yoga: Gentle Chair Exercise (26:31)
Tibetan Yoga for Cancer Patients (01:22)
Request an Appointment
The Integrative Medicine Center and its services are available to all current MD Anderson patients.
To request an appointment:
- Call 713-794-4700
- Ask your MD Anderson physician or nurse to submit an internal consult
- What to expect at your first appointment