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Important References

1."A Pilot Study of Yoga for Breast Cancer Survivors" - Nicole Culos Reed et al , Published in psycho-Oncology, Vol.15, Issue 10 Dec. 2005

2. "Yoga for Cancer Patients & Survivors" - Bower J E , Woolery A, Sternlieb B, Garet D, Published in Journal 'Cancer Control' July 2005.

3. "Integrating Yoga into Cancer Care" - DiStasio, Published in Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing, Feb. 2008.

4. "Cancer Patients attain better Balance with Yoga" - Kawanza Newson, The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel June 2006.

5. Memorial Sloan Kettering Center - Cancer Information on Yoga for Cancer Patients. Updated as in July 2008.

6. "Psychological adjustment and sleep quality in a randomized trail of effects of a Tibetan yoga intervention in patients with lymphoma" - Cohen L Warneke, et at, Cancer 2004.

7. "Cancer supportive care, improving quality of life for cancer patients; a program evaluation report." - Rosenbaum E et al, Supportive Cancer Care 2004

8. "Restorative Yoga Enhances Quality of Life for Breast Cancer Patients" - Winston Salem, Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center - News - April 18, 2008

9. "Exercise, yoga give breast cancer patients a lift" - Juravinski Cancer Program - currect literature awareness in oncology Sep 2007

10. Psychoneuroimmunology - the role of stress in reducing effectiveness of the immune system in combating infection and growth of malignant tumours (Boermeester, Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd, 1999).

11. Practice of meditation is effective in reducing harmful effects of stress in cancer patients (Coker, Semin Urol Oncol; 1999).

12. Influence of melatonin to counteract the immuno-depression induced by acute stress, drug treatment (anticancer drugs) and viral infections (Conti et al J Pineal Res, 1995).

13. Association between meditation practice and levels of melatonin produced by the pineal gland (Massion et al, Med Hypotheses, 1995).

14. Yoga as psychological supportive therapy for cancer patients (Joseph, Indian J Cancer, 1983).

15. James Jewell on Yoga Nidra and how it helps in cancer management - 2006

16. Note on Yoga Nidra in Idaho Statesman Jan 08 - highlights how a person could withstand effects of chemotherapy much better with Yoga Nidra practice

17. Mandukya Upanishad - an ancient vedic text, one among several Upanishads. 18. Patanjali Yoga Sutra - Translation by B K S Iyengar.