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Jul012015

The Dorothy Foundation Launches a Guided Imagery Library for Cancer Patients at Chandler Regional Medical Center 

Guided imagery is a holistic, mind-body therapy that consists of healing words and images, set to soothing music, to achieve specific healing goals. Guided imagery is designed to connect with a person’s innate cancer fighting immune system, which is a person’s strongest ally and oldest friend.

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