Exercise preferences among patients with head and neck cancer: prevalence and associations with quality of life, symptom severity, depression, and rural residence.

@article{Rogers2009ExercisePA,
  title={Exercise preferences among patients with head and neck cancer: prevalence and associations with quality of life, symptom severity, depression, and rural residence.},
  author={Laura Q Rogers and James Malone and Krishna Rao and Kerry S Courneya and Amanda J. Fogleman and Amaris Tippey and Stephen J. Markwell and Kevin Robbins},
  journal={Head & neck},
  year={2009},
  volume={31 8},
  pages={994-1005}
}
BACKGROUND Our aim was to determine exercise preferences among patients with head and neck cancer and their associations with quality of life, symptom severity, depression, and rural residence. METHODS This study involved a cross-sectional chart review and self-administered survey, with 90 outpatients with head and neck cancer (response rate = 83… CONTINUE READING