• ‘Working with a cancer support group’ by Penny Ingham; on working with a local cancer support group since 1988, seeing pupils referred by medical staff, around 16 people a week, about two thirds of whom are cancer patients, the rest supporting partners and bereaved.[1]
  • ‘Teaching cancer patients’ by Hélène Corrie reports on teaching the Alexander Technique to cancer patients at Mount Vernon Hospital.[2]
  • ‘Give it a go!’ by Ute Schlegelberger; the author is a GP in Kiel, Germany, who endorses the Alexander Technique for helping cancer patients.[3]

[1] ‘Working with a cancer support group’ by Penny Ingham in The Alexander Journal no. 14 edited by Adam Nott (STAT, 1995), pp. 31–35.
[2] ‘Teaching cancer patients’ by Héléne Corrie in STATNews vol. 4, no. 18 edited by Malcolm Williamson (STAT, June 1997), p. 11.
[3] ‘Give it a go!’ by Ute Schlegelberger in STATNews vol. 9, no. 6 edited by Jamie McDowell (STAT, January 2017), p. 46.