BY Michael Hardy

Most people think of hypnosis as a kind of party trick — a mischievous way to make somebody unconsciously do your bidding.

But at MD Anderson, a groundbreaking study is evaluating the use of hypnosis as a substitute for general anesthesia during certain kinds of breast cancer surgery.

The study has the potential to revolutionize the way hospitals across the country conduct surgery.

“People think...

mind-body therapist Rosalinda Engle

BY Michael Hardy

Shortly after arriving at MD Anderson in 1987 as a junior faculty member, Guillermina Lozano, Ph.D., attended several seminars hosted by the...