New guidelines extend care for lung cancer to nontraditional treatments, including mind–body therapies to alleviate anxiety and pain as well as acupuncture for nausea during chemotherapy. Adopted by the Society of Integrative Oncology (SIO), these guidelines are evidence based and were drawn from a review of existing studies. Importantly, the researchers stress that alternative therapies are not enough on their own, but rather must be integrated with traditional care. The lung cancer guidelines are the SIO's fourth set, and the next guidelines will focus on how integrative therapies can benefit people with breast cancer.