Zootherapy - CML - Chronic Myeloid Leukemia
What is Zootherapy?
"The Zootherapy (Therapy Attended or Facilitated by Animals) is a therapeutic device that is based on the interaction between animals and human beings. This interaction helps the rehabilitation process and improves the quality of life of the person.
The therapeutic effects that the animals can have in all and each one of the scopes of the life of the human beings are really amazing and they are possible to be corroborated in the results that are obtained. The surprising thing is in which the profits are obtained in a smaller time than in a therapy or conventional treatment."
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Mayo Clinic Minute: How Pets Can Improve Your Health
Pet Therapy for Cancer Patients
"Pawsitive Pals" San Diego Hospice Pet Therapy Program
Can I have pets by the National CML Society
Pet therapy: Man's best friend as healer
June 17, 2015, Mayo Clinic Staff
Who let the dogs out? Pet therapy's hidden danger
April 25, 2015, CBC Radio
Distress among hospitalized pediatric cancer patients modified by pet-therapy intervention to improve quality of life
September 2012, PublMed