|Cancer Educational Software describes Conventional, Complementary and Alternative Treatments and Therapies.|
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Cancer software is an educational tool. Listed are many conventional, complementary, natural and alternative treatments. It does not invite to diagnose, prescribe, or self-medicate. Cancer software lists information, chemicals databank, text files, and alternative options.
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