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Using Neurofeedback to Manage Long-Term Symptoms in Cancer Survivors: Results of a Survey of Neurofeedback Providers

Neurofeedback is a drug-free form of brain training reported to help with a variety of conditions including pain, fatigue, depression, anxiety, sleep disorders and cognitive decline. This cross-sectional descriptive study explored the use of neurofeedback by cancer survivors to manage long-term symptoms, and aimed to identify safe, effective neurofeedback protocols for this population. Read more here.