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Jill M. Binkley, Susan R. Harris, Pamela K. Levangie, Marcia Pearl, Janine Guglielmino, Valerie Kraus and Diana Rowden Patient perspectives on breast cancer treatment side effects and the prospective surveillance model for physical rehabilitation for women with breast cancer Cancer 118

Version of Record online: 6 APR 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/cncr.27469

Patients' perspectives about common impairments and functional limitations secondary to breast cancer treatment, including upper extremity motion restriction, lymphedema, fatigue, weight gain, pain, and chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy, are addressed. The prospective surveillance model of rehabilitation will serve the needs of women with breast cancer by providing education and information about treatment side effects, reducing the incidence and burden of side effects through early identification and treatment, and enhancing access to timely rehabilitation.

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