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Cunningham (2000) reminds us that the medical model with its mind–body split and care, often ignores the more emotional and existential aspects relating to a diagnosis of cancer or any other life-threatening or life-limiting illness. Medicine has been criticized for its paternalism, which, while well meaning, can be experienced as disempowering, preventing an individual taking responsibility and ownership of their bodies, lives, families and communities (Illich 1979). The adoption of an integrative model has benefits for both patients and practitioners and many doctors are now looking to offer an integrated approach which recognizes the whole person, not just their medical needs (Dixon 2009).
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