Integrative Medicine at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

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Integrative Medicine
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Dr. Alan Kratenstein is a graduate of the DDS program at New York University who has acquired nearly three decades of experience as a dentist. Currently, Dr. Alan Kratenstein serves at A Caring Dentist, a dental practice in Staten Island, New York. In addition to his professional work, Dr. Kratenstein is also a regular charitable contributor to the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.

The Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, also known as MSKCC, is a private cancer care and treatment facility that was founded in 1884. The oldest and largest private cancer center in the world, MSKCC combines innovative studies, quality medical care, scientific advances, and integrative medicine in its approach to cancer treatment.

Integrative Medicine encompasses a range of natural treatments that are provided to cancer patients free of charge at MSKCC. These services, which include acupuncture, massage, and yoga, are designed to improve a patient’s quality of life and manage the physical and emotional side effects that stem from cancer treatment. Patients receive integrative medical services at the MSKCC Bendheim Center for Integrative Medicine, located at 1429 First Avenue in New York City.

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