Cancer rehabilitation

In the scientific literature, cancer rehabilitation has been described as a separate branch of medicine that aims to lessen or eliminate the negative effects of cancer treatment while enhancing the strength, functionality, and quality of life of survivors. Surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, hormonal therapy, targeted therapy, and synthetic lethality are all options for treating cancer; these treatments are typically administered separately and are most effective when combined. The location, size, and grade of the tumor, the disease's stage, the patient's general health, and the therapy option are all factors in the decision.


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