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Various outcome measures (OMs) have been used with individuals with breast cancer–related lymphedema (BCRL). There have not been studies investigating the facilitators and barriers to the use of OMs by certified lymphedema therapists (CLTs) on BCRL. The purposes of this study was to...
Participation in exercise improves function, restores fitness, and enhances quality of life in survivors of breast cancer. There is robust evidence regarding resistance and aerobic training for women at risk for and with breast cancer–related lymphedema; however, the effect of yoga...
Older individuals surviving breast cancer often encounter cancer-related disability as a short-term or long-term effect of cancer and related treatment. Cancer rehabilitation interventions have the potential to prevent, mitigate, or remediate cancer-related disability. However, use...
Breast cancer is prevalent among Canadian women, but treatments may cause functional impairments among survivors. Despite a substantial number of survivors joining the population yearly, minimal research has approached the challenges faced by this population after primary treatment....
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