Discussing the Value of Psychosocial Support for Cancer Patients with Medical Oncologist Robert Fisher, MD

Clinical data confirming the benefits of psychosocial support for cancer patients is increasing. Dr. Robert Fisher explores this topic in an audio interview with Natural Medicine Journal.

By Natural Medicine Journal

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Approximate listening time is 20 minutes

Robert E. Fisher, MD, is a medical oncologist with the Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers, Boulder/Longmont Colorado Division, and a principle investigator with the Colorado Cancer Research Program at Longmont United Hospital. He is also the President of the Board of Directors of the nonprofit organization MyLifeLine.Org (http://www.mylifeline.org), an organization that provides free websites to people with cancer and their families so they can stay connected and feel supported. Dr. Fisher received is medical doctorate from the University of Cincinnati, completed a residency at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and did his fellowship in oncology and hematology at the University of Maryland Cancer Center. For more information about the Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers visit www.coloradocancercenters.com.


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Natural Medicine Journal is an electronic peer-reviewed journal and open access website dedicated to the field of integrative medicine.