How To Ease Chemo-Related Fatigue

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Cancer-related fatigue is one of the most common problems patients face. Patients often report feeling wiped out during cancer treatments like chemotherapy and radiation, and for many, feeling tired or worn out continues into life after cancer treatment.

Here are 10 tips for alleviating treatment-related fatigue, through methods such as energy preservation and exercise – the latter of which is now known to be an effective strategy for combating this prevalent side effect.

 

*Click the slides to learn more about ways to manage cancer-related fatigue from the Dana-Farber Health Library.

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