International Panel Recommends New Model for Breast Cancer Care

With breast cancer survivors estimated at 2.8 million, more women are living with the chronic effects of their cancer treatments. The American Cancer Society convened a panel of experts from the University of North Carolina (UNC) to review current practices and make recommendations for rehabilitation. Deborah Mayer, PhD, UNC, says, “As more women are surviving breast cancer, they are living with a range of physical issues that may affect them long after therapy.” She has co-authored articles relating to cancer-related fatigue and chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy.  READ MORE

Source: UNCHealthCare

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