Citation (APA style): Cihan YB. (2020). Emotional Freedom Technique in cancer patients. Journal of Cancer Research Forecast, 3(1), 1018.
Looking around the world, it is seen that complementary treatment types have increased and are preferred by people. Research carried out in the United States has determined that one out of every three people undergo complementary treatment. According to complementary medicine, the individual is a psycho, socio, bio, and spiritual whole. Accordingly, the individual acknowledges that there are constantly interactive changes in and around him or her. While some complementary medicine methods are taken from nature, some of them are techniques that have been studied for many years and carry the wisdom and accumulation of ancient cultures. These therapies are used in addition to the treatment of the person, not as an alternative but as a unifying method. Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), phytotherapy, aromatherapy, acupuncture, chiropractic, naturopathy etc. are methods used in this way.