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An integrated model of exercise support for people affected by cancer: consensus through scoping
The results from this study suggest that the promotion of exercise is not a priority in routine cancer care, and key factors required to develop a sustainable, accessible and effective service are identified.
Is it feasible to conduct a randomised controlled trial of pretransplant exercise (prehabilitation) for patients with multiple myeloma awaiting autologous haematopoietic stem cell transplantation?…
This mixed methods study identifies patients with diagnosis of multiple myeloma who have been assigned to the autologous transplantation list and invites them to participate in six weekly sessions of individualised, supervised exercise while awaiting transplantation.
Myofascial Release and Muscle Retraining for Dropped Head Syndrome Attributed to Radiation Fibrosis in Hodgkin Lymphoma: A Case Series
Physiotherapy can offer short-term subjective and objective improvements in head on neck posture and control and effect more distal postural changes, and the most effective time point posttreatment for therapy intervention requires further research.
Flash burns from atomic weapons. I. Observations on flashburning of human subjects in the laboratory using infrared and predominantly white light sources.
Family Practitioner Committees
Burns from atomic bombs.
District Medical Committees