Singing benefits cancer patients

New research from Wales-based cancer charity Tenovus shows that singing has resulted in marked improvements to cancer patients’ mental health, vitality, social function and pain. The charity has been running a choir, Tenovus Sing for Life Choir as part of a research study into the effects of singing on cancer sufferers.  See the full article from the Western Mail newspaper.

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Originally posted: November 6th, 2010

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Categories: Cancer, Cancer - in the media






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