Integrative Oncology: Navigating the Landscape of Non-Conventional Care Towards Better Outcomes

Shelly Latte-Naor MD helps us to define what integrative medicine is and how to identify guideline-supported indications for Integrative treatments.

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(This lecture is part of our Empowering Women In The Face Of Cancer: Navigating The Path Forward)

We will cover:

Defining Integrative Oncology
– Integrative, Alternative or Holistic ? How to discern evidence-supported approaches from those that are not

Why we need Integrative Oncology
– A deep look at the data that describes what drives many to seek out non-conventional care

Is Integrative Oncology becoming the standard of care?
– A look at the current treatment guidelines in oncologic supportive care that endorse the use of Integrative modalities and when they are best used

What is self-care burden?
– Walking the line between empowerment and burnout when incorporating Integrative care during and after cancer

Where to go for facts and avoid the fiction
– Learning how to find reliable answers and resources about integrative modalities

Target Audience: geared towards patient and caregiver audiences and suitable for oncology providers interested in integrative medicine in supportive cancer care.


  • Define Integrative Medicine and its role in supportive cancer care
  • Identify guideline- supported indications for Integrative treatments
  • Review the impediments to evidence- supported integrative care
  • Review risks to patient- provider relationships in light of unsupervised use of non-conventional treatments
  • Identify reliable resources of information about the use of Integrative therapies

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Shelly Latte-Naor MD

Shelly Latte-Naor MD

I am an Internist, fellowship-trained in Integrative Medicine and part of the Integrative Medicine Department at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center for 8 years. Here I serve a predominantly female cancer patient and survivorship population, participate in clinical research and teach. The title of this conference spoke to me because one of the defining missions of Integrative Medicine is the encouragement of patients to participate in their care and empowering them to align gold-standard care with their health philosophy.

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