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Daniel A. Monti, MD

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925 Chestnut Street
Suite 120
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-2221
(215) 955-2509 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Meditation and neurodegenerative diseases
  2. Current evidence regarding the management of mood and anxiety disorders using complementary and alternative medicine
  3. Diet and nutrition in cancer survivorship and palliative care
  4. Psychosocial benefits of a novel mindfulness intervention versus standard support in distressed women with breast cancer
  5. Selectively starving cancer cells through dietary manipulation: Methods and clinical implications
  6. The BraveNet prospective observational study on integrative medicine treatment approaches for pain
  7. Changes in cerebral blood flow and anxiety associated with an 8-week mindfulness programme in women with breast cancer
  8. Patients seek integrative medicine for preventive approach to optimize health
  9. Positron emission tomography in neurological and psychiatric disorders
  10. Phase I evaluation of intravenous ascorbic acid in combination with gemcitabine and erlotinib in patients with metastatic pancreatic cancer
  11. Effects of an 8-week meditation program on mood and anxiety in patients with memory loss
  12. Erratum: Complementary and alternative medicine therapies in mood disorders (Expert Review of Neurotherapeutics (2011) 11:7 (1049-1056))
  13. Complementary and alternative medicine therapies in mood disorders
  14. Positron emission tomography in psychiatric disorders.
  15. Human sleep: An overview
  16. Potential role of mind-body therapies in cancer survivorship
  17. Managing cancer pain with nonpharmacologic and complementary therapies.
  18. Short term correlates of the Neuro Emotional Technique for cancer-related traumatic stress symptoms: A pilot case series
  19. The involvement of dopamine in the modulation of sleep and waking
  20. Antiadrenergic treatment of antidepressant-induced excessive sweating in 3 patients [6]