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Over 50% of individuals with cancer will experience pain at some point from diagnosis to treatment. Many of these individuals are elderly and frail, further complicating their pain management. The purpose of this review is to synthesize what is known about the assessment and...
Individuals with breast cancer–related lymphedema (BCRL) require self-management strategies to reduce risk of infection, exacerbation, and/or progression of lymphedema. The coronavirus pandemic thrust the medical field into the world of telehealth; both patients and providers were...
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Home exercise programs (HEPs) improve quality of life (QoL), physical function, and fatigue in individuals recovering from cancer; however, they often lack supervision and individualization. Use of a weekly telephone call by a physical therapist (PT) may provide...
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