"I'm 100% for it! I'm a convert!": Women's experiences of a yoga programme during treatment for gynaecological cancer; an interpretative phenomenological analysis.
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AbstractTo explore patients' experiences of taking part in a yoga intervention while undergoing treatment for gynaecological cancer.
CitationArcher, S. et al (2015) '"I'm 100% for it! I'm a convert!": Women's experiences of a yoga programme during treatment for gynaecological cancer; an interpretative phenomenological analysis.', Complementary Therapies in Medicine, 23 (1):55-62 .
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