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Fifty-four percent of respondents informed their oncologists regarding CAM usage and 66.4% of oncologists were agreeable for CAM usage.
However, most patients (63%) did not verify information on CAM before usage and a majority of patients taking CAM felt it was effective.
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Multimodal magnetic resonance imaging (m MRI) has been widely used to map the structure and function of the human brain, as well as its behavioral associations.
Studies have shown that cancer patients who use CAM tend to be female, married, higher earners, better educated and those who have used CAM before their cancer diagnoses [8, 19].
Also, colorectal and breast cancer patients seem to be more likely to use dietary supplements as compared with lung cancer patients .
Here we describe the SLIM dataset, which includes brain and behavioral data across a long-term retest-duration within three and a half years, m MRI scans provided a set of structural, diffusion and resting-state functional MRI images, along with rich samples of behavioral assessments addressed—demographic, cognitive and emotional information.Conclusion: Majority of adult cancer patients used CAM and it is important for health-care professionals to keep abreast of research on CAM, to actively illicit information regarding usage and to provide appropriate advice and counseling.Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) has been defined as ‘a group of diverse medical and health care systems, practices, and products that are not presently considered to be part of conventional medicine’ .Currently in Singapore, there is a lack of information addressing the prevalence and possible patient factors and their clinical characteristics that may influence CAM use among adult cancer patients.Hence, a study was conducted at National Cancer Centre (NCC), the largest ambulatory cancer center in Singapore, to (i) determine the prevalence of CAM use in adult cancer patients, (ii) identify the most commonly used CAM, (iii) estimate the acquisition costs of CAM and (iv) determine patient sociodemographics and their clinical characteristics influencing the use of CAM.
Prevalence rates for CAM use may vary due to the differences in the way CAM is defined, the study population as well as methodology used.