Correspondence Between Daily and Weekly Fatigue Reports in Breast Cancer Survivors

@article{Banthia2006CorrespondenceBD,
  title={Correspondence Between Daily and Weekly Fatigue Reports in Breast Cancer Survivors},
  author={Rajni Banthia and Vanessa L Malcarne and Scott C. Roesch and Celine Marie Ko and Helen L. Greenbergs and James W Varni and Georgia Robins Sadler},
  journal={Journal of Behavioral Medicine},
  year={2006},
  volume={29},
  pages={269-279}
}
Fatigue is a contributor to decreased quality of life and one of the most common symptoms reported by cancer survivors. Most assessment of fatigue has been retrospective and/or unidimensional. Single-item visual analogue scale ratings are commonly used, despite arguments that fatigue is better conceptualized as multidimensional. The relationships of daily to weekly ratings of fatigue, or of unidimensional to multidimensional assessments, have not been explored. Twenty-five breast cancer… CONTINUE READING

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