Regular exercise can improve fatigue in cancer patients. An RCN-funded research project investigates the best ways to motivate patients to get moving.
Fatigue is one of the most common and lasting side effects of breast cancer treatments, especially for patients who have had both radiation and chemotherapy. It’s well known that the simplest way to combat this is through regular physical activity. But finding ways to get patients to start and sustain a good fitness level is anything but simple.
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