Fatigue in Cancer: A Multidimensional Approach

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2000 - 445
The study of fatigue as a major focus in clinical practice and research is relatively new, but the editors argue that much more is known about it than most texts admit. Here two dozen essays and interviews represent the perspectives of clinically oriented people, who often go beyond the established

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How Do You Nail Pudding to the Wall?
3
Fatigue Fuel and Functioning
31
What Are the Issues?
55
Fatigue in Children and Adolescents With Cancer
71
A Behavioral Medicine Perspective
87
Foundations for MindBody Interaction
123
Clinical Issues
151
A Medical Oncologists View
171
Quality of Life From a Quality
279
The Role of the Physiatrist
295
What the Rehabilitation Therapies Can Do
303
Cognitive Deficits
325
Guidelines and Precautions
339
Personal Issues
351
The Family Experience
367
Fatigue as a Spiritual Crisis
379

The Pharmacists Perspective
181
Select Psychiatric and Psychological Considerations
197
Clinical Issues in Allergy and Immunology
245
A Global Approach to Rehabilitation
261
Fatigue From Opposite Ends of the Stethoscope
391
Quality of Life in a Survivor
409
New Beginnings
429
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