Sponsored by the National Institute of Health, Anchorage-based Mind Matters Research has been studying imagery as intervention since 2006. Led by Dr. Lyn Freeman, researchers work with breast cancer survivors to determine if an imagery program will improve quality of life. Entering Phase II of the study in September 2008, the “Envision the Rhythms of Life” Imagery Program will be delivered to 135 breast cancer survivors in Alaska and Seattle. This week on Line One, president of Mind Matters Research, Dr. Lyn Freeman joins host Dr. Woodard along with mind-body researcher, Dr. Lorenzo Cohen, lead consultant on the grant.
- Mind Matters Research
- National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine
- MD Anderson Cancer Center: Complementary and Integrative Medicine and Its Use in Cancer Care
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- Dr. Lyn Freeman, principal investigator on the grant, president/owner, Mind Matters Research, LLC
- Dr. Lorenzo Cohen, lead consultant on the grant, mind-body researcher, MD Anderson Cancer Center
LIVE BROADCAST: Mon, May 11, 2009 at 2:00 p.m.
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