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Are there alternative treatments for bronchoalveolar carcinoma?

Alternative treatment options for bronchoalveolar carcinoma, as with the other types of cancer, is aimed at lessening symptoms and making life more comfortable. Many people with lung cancer have found alternative treatments soothing when there were no treatment options available to them. Options for alternative treatments include hypnosis, full-body massages, yoga, or meditation. These treatments offer relaxation techniques that can help focus your breathing and reduce your symptoms. Some people with lung cancers have also found symptoms relief through acupuncture, in which needles are positioned in various pressure points in the body. Because acupuncture is safe only if performed by a licensed professional, you should ask your doctor for a recommendation if you wish to try it.

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