Cancer-related fatigue and associated disability in post-treatment cancer survivors.

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PURPOSE Cancer-related fatigue (CRF) is the most prevalent and distressing symptom among cancer patients and survivors. However, research on its prevalence and related disability in the post-treatment survivorship period remains limited. We sought to describe the occurrence of CRF within three time points in the post-treatment survivorship trajectory… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11764-015-0450-2

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@article{Jones2016CancerrelatedFA, title={Cancer-related fatigue and associated disability in post-treatment cancer survivors.}, author={Jennifer Anne Meri Jones and Karin Olson and Pamela Catton and Charles Nicholas Catton and Neil E. Fleshner and Monika K Krzyzanowska and David R. McCready and Rebecca Shin-Yee Wong and Haiyan Jiang and Doris Howell}, journal={Journal of cancer survivorship : research and practice}, year={2016}, volume={10 1}, pages={51-61} }