Few cancer patients are advised on fatigue treatments

12/27/2012 | HealthDay News

Researchers surveyed 160 cancer patients who experienced moderate to severe fatigue and found that just 10% of them were advised to be more physically active or to try other nondrug measures of reducing fatigue. Cancer types played a major role in whether or not patients get fatigue treatments, the study in the journal Supportive Care in Cancer found.

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