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Chemotherapy

Physio findings: exercise eases chemotherapy fatigue

Frontline article - Posted on 14/12/2016

In our regular round up of research Janet Wright looks at evidence for exercise eases chemotherapy fatigue and CSP research adviser Katherine Jones answers your questions in the Q&A section.  ...

Physio findings: exercise to control blood pressure and training people with cancer needs evidence

Frontline article - Posted on 30/09/2016

Janet Wright looks at exercise to control blood pressure for pregnant women and training people with cancer needs firm evidence. ...

Physical activity during and after adjuvant chemotherapy in patients with breast cancer

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 30/08/2013

Objectives To describe changes in physical activity levels related to health-enhancing physical activity guidelines during and after adjuvant chemotherapy in a cohort of Swedish patients with breast ...

Fighting Back

Frontline article - Posted on 15/08/2007

There is growing evidence of the benefits of exercise for people with cancer. Fifteen years ago the role of exercise in cancer ...

Growing up gracefully

Frontline article - Posted on 19/07/2006

For children with long-term conditions, providing coordinated and consistent care is crucial to improving quality of life. Denise Roberts finds out more. ...

Ties that bind

Frontline article - Posted on 03/01/2006

Untangling the mystery of connective tissue is inspiring oncology and musculoskeletal physios and bringing them together. Jane Hobden digs deeper ...

What else is new in cancer care?

Frontline article - Posted on 03/08/2005

Following on from last issue's feature on cancer care Jane Hobden looks at spinal cord compression and breathless lung cancer patients ...

Walls come tumbling down

Frontline article - Posted on 01/06/2005

Respecting patients' needs rather than honouring traditional organisational or professional boundaries can lead to radical and fruitful change. Matthew Limb gets the view from four rejuvenated services ...

Building muscles and confidence

Frontline article - Posted on 01/05/2005

A rehab pilot in Nottingham is helping bone marrow transplant patients look forward with confidence John Saggers was horrified at the ...

Regaining control

Frontline article - Posted on 01/05/2005

One in nine British women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime. Jane Hobden looks at how physiotherapists are helping them get on with their lives ...

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