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Meditation may ease anxiety from active surveillance

In the Journals Men who follow the treatment strategy known as active surveillance for their prostate cancer may lower their anxiety and embrace healthier habits if they practice mindfulness meditation. Active surveillance is an option for men with low-risk prostate cancer that involves monitoring their condition through regular exams and tests. It is used to avoid or delay the need for radiation therapy or surgery. …

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