Physical activity, quality of life, and the interest in physical exercise programs in patients undergoing palliative chemotherapy

@article{Oechsle2010PhysicalAQ,
  title={Physical activity, quality of life, and the interest in physical exercise programs in patients undergoing palliative chemotherapy},
  author={Karin Oechsle and Wiebke Jensen and T. O. B. Schmidt and Ruediger Reer and K M Braumann and Marieke De Wit and C Carsten Bokemeyer},
  journal={Supportive Care in Cancer},
  year={2010},
  volume={19},
  pages={613-619}
}
Quality of life is of major importance in patients with advanced cancers undergoing palliative chemotherapy. In contrast to the number of studies on physical activity in patients with curable malignancies, data on patients undergoing palliative chemotherapy are scarce. A total of 53 patients receiving palliative chemotherapy on an outpatient basis were interviewed using three standardized questionnaires within a time period of 4 weeks (Questionnaire for Measurement of Habitual Physical Activity… CONTINUE READING
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