Beverley de Valois

Lynda Jackson Macmillan Centre Mount Vernon Cancer Centre, United Kingdom


Beverley de Valois, a holder of Ph.D. and LicAc degrees and an MBAcC, has worked as a Research Acupuncturist in the National Health Service in the UK since 2000, where she focuses on researching innovative approaches to using acupuncture to improve quality of life for cancer survivors. She was awarded a Ph.D. degree in 2007 by West London University for research into using acupuncture to manage treatment-related hot flushes experienced by women with breast cancer. In 2007, she received funding from the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) to conduct exploratory research into using acupuncture to improve quality of life for cancer survivors with lymphoedema. She has worked with cancer patients since 1996 and has lectured, presented, and written on aspects of using acupuncture in cancer care. De Valois also works as an acupuncturist in her private clinic, where she specializes in using acupuncture for women’s health.

Biography Updated on 7 September 2011

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