Cancer-Related Fatigue

@article{Berger2010CancerRelatedF,
  title={Cancer-Related Fatigue},
  author={A. Berger and A. Abernethy and A. Atkinson and A. Barsevick and W. Breitbart and D. Cella and B. Cimprich and C. Cleeland and M. Eisenberger and C. Escalante and P. Jacobsen and P. Kaldor and J. Ligibel and B. Murphy and T. O’Connor and W. Pirl and E. Rodler and H. Rugo and Jay R Thomas and L. Wagner},
  journal={Journal of The National Comprehensive Cancer Network},
  year={2010},
  volume={8},
  pages={904-931}
}
Dr. Carmen Escalante, Professor and Chair of General Internal Medicine, Ambulatory Treatment, and Emergency Care at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, presents the lecture, “Cancer-related Fatigue.” Cancer-related fatigue is one of the most common symptoms experienced by cancer patients and cancer survivors. Dr. Escalante’s lecture provides a multidisciplinary perspective on cancer-related fatigue and focuses on the prevalence, characteristics, hypothesized pathophysiology, and… Expand

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