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Writing to wellness: New therapy helps cancer patients face biggest fears

CU Cancer Center research introduces EASE therapy, helping late-stage cancer patients confront fears through writing, leading to reduced trauma and improved mental health.

Written by Medical Xpress on April 22, 2024

CU Cancer Center Member Joanna Arch developed EASE therapy for late-stage cancer patients, based on written exposure therapy, to address their unique fears and anxieties. Participants write about their greatest cancer-related fears and explore coping strategies. Results show significant improvements in mental health and well-being.

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