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Last Updated: 04/23/21

Selected Staff Publications

Olaku, O., Zia, F., Santana, J.M., & White, J.D. (2013). The National Cancer Institute Best Case Series Program: A summary of cases of cancer patients treated with unconventional therapies in India. Integrative Cancer Therapies, ahead of print

Olaku, O. (2013). Addition of certain herbal medicines to chemotherapy may increase survival and quality of life in patients with advanced colorectal cancer. Evidenced-Based Nursing,16(1), 14-15.

Jia, L. (2012). Cancer complementary and alternative medicine research at the US National Cancer Institute. Chinese Journal of Integrative Medicine, 18(5),325-32.

Nakayama, A., Alladin, K.P., Igbokwe, O. & White, J.D. (2011). Systematic Review: Generating Evidence-Based Guidelines on the Concurrent Use of Dietary Antioxidants and Chemotherapy or Radiotherapy. Cancer Investigation, 29(10), 655-667

Olaku, O. & White, J.D. (2011).Herbal therapy use by cancer patients: A literature review on case reports. European Journal of Cancer,47(4), 508-514.

White J. (2010). The Challenge of Rational Development of Complex Natural Products as Cancer Therapeutics. Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 102(12), 834-835.

Zia, F. & White, J.D.(2009). Letter to the Editor. Integrative Cancer Therapies, 2009,8(2),113-114.

Lee C., Zia F., Olaku O., Michie J., White J. (2009). Survey of CAM practitioners regarding cancer management and research. Journal of the Society of Integrative Oncology, 7(1), 26-34.

Smith W.B., Olaku O., Michie J., White J.(2008). Survey of cancer researchers regarding complementary and alternative medicine. Journal of the Society for Integrative Oncology, 16(1), 2-12.

Buchanan DR, White J.D., O'Mara AM, Kelaghan JW, Smith WB, Minasian LM. (2005). Research-design issues in cancer-symptom-management trials using complementary and alternative medicine: Lessons from the National Cancer Institute Community Clinical Oncology Program experience. Journal of Clinical Oncology, 23(27), 6682-9.