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Hypnosis has proven to be extremely valuable in the treatment of cancer patients. Specific applications include: establishing rapport between the patient and members of the medical health team; control of pain with self-regulation of pain perception through the use of glove anesthesia, time distortion, amnesia, transference of pain to a different body part, or dissociation of painful part from the rest of the body; controlling symptoms, such as, nausea, anticipatory emesis, learned food aversions, etc.; Psychotherapy for anxiety, depression, guilt, anger, hostility, frustration, isolation,  and a diminished sense of self-esteem; visualisation for health improvement; and dealing with death anxiety and other related issues. Hypnosis has unique advantages for patients including improvement of self-esteem, involvement in self-care, return of locus and control, lack of unpleasant side effects, and continued efficacy despite continued use.