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Pain is one of the most common complaints in individuals with cancer and can occur at any point during the course of cancer treatment.
To identify outcome measures for assessing pain and to evaluate their psychometric properties and relevance to adults with a diagnosis of...
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In comparison with the volume of patients living with a chronic disease or life-threatening illness, there remains insufficient availability and affordability of both palliative care (PC) and physical therapy (PT) services. The purpose of this critical review of the...
Breast cancer survivors (BCSs) commonly report physical impairments in the upper extremity following treatment. Identifying and measuring active daily living limitations of BCSs can direct interventions. Presently, psychometrically tested outcome measures for BCSs are limited....
Distal sensory polyneuropathy (DSP) is the most common neurologic complication of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) disease. DSP-related symptoms have been associated with disability, reduced quality of life (QOL), and impaired function. Yoga has been shown to improve mental and...
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