Integrative Medicine Service Chief Barrie Cassileth describes the program at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center that has served as a model for similar services around the world. Integrative oncology is evidence-based care designed to be used as an adjunct to — not a replacement for — mainstream medical care for the relief of physical and emotional symptoms during cancer treatment. At Memorial Sloan-Kettering, services are free and include acupuncture, acupressure, massage, mind-body approaches, nutritional counseling, music therapy, self-hypnosis, and meditation. These approaches can be used to relieve pain, fatigue, anxiety, lymphedema, and other symptoms. Dr. Cassileth notes that Memorial Sloan-Kettering is posting integrative medicine courses online for the benefit of practitioners and patients far and wide.