Since the beginning of December, Anne, 53, has been filling up with light at the Gustave-Roussy Institute in Villejuif (Val-de-Marne), during two to three weekly meetings. The objective is not to restore her vitamin D capital in these gray winter months, but to close two small oozing wounds that she has had in her abdomen since September, the scars of an operation linked to her cancer of the breast and chemotherapy prevents healing. In five sessions, the “magic”, she says, worked. The psychologist saw the injured area closing. “The skin became thin and pink, like new. »
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“Phenomenal”, “brilliant”… Anne is full of praise for the photobiomodulation (PBM), a type of low-intensity light therapy used here as a therapeutic support to relieve the side effects of cancer treatments, such as burning or tingling. His sessions allowed him to recover physically and morally. The Ile-de-France woman can move around again without the pain that her wound caused her. Soon, she will be able to swap her jogging pants for pleated pants. “Self-image matters in the cancer healing process,” she says.