Incorporating measures of sleep quality into cancer studies

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Sleep disturbance may influence the development of cancer and responses to treatment. It is also closely tied to recovery and quality of life in cancer patients, survivors, and caregivers, and recent studies have begun to show beneficial effects of sleep-promoting interventions. Despite the importance of sleep to cancer and its treatment and the… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00520-014-2537-0

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@article{Redeker2014IncorporatingMO, title={Incorporating measures of sleep quality into cancer studies}, author={Nancy S. Redeker and Wilfred R. Pigeon and Eilis A. Boudreau}, journal={Supportive Care in Cancer}, year={2014}, volume={23}, pages={1145-1155} }