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Effects of choral singing on cancer patients and carers

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Published: 02.06.16
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Dr Daisy Fancourt discusses her article recently published in ecancer, Singing modulates mood, stress, cortisol, cytokine and neuropeptide activity in cancer patients and carers.

Dr Fancourt describes the benefits for cancer patients and carers of singing in a choir and discusses how she and co-authors researched the longitudinal psychological and biological effects on their study's subjects.

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