|Title||Indigenous Beliefs about Biomedical and Bush Medicine Treatment Efficacy for Indigenous Cancer Patients: A Review of the Literature|
|Created by:||K. D. van Schaik, S. C. Thompson|
|Description:||Results from search of peer-reviewed journal papers suggest five themes: concerns about toxicity of treatment; disconnect with physician; fears about absence from home during treatment; different beliefs about causes of the disease; and failure to address holistic health.|
|Citation:||Internal Medicine Journal, Vol. 42, No. 2, February 2012, pp. 184-191.
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