Cancer Related Fatigue
This two-page handout educates people about fatigue associated with cancer. It explains how cancer and cancer treatments can result in feelings of fatigue, and recommends that people talk with a doctor or nurse. It provides a list of things people can do to manage their tiredness, including resting often, staying active, eating healthy, smaller meals, conserving energy, and talking about stress.
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