review of published studies investigating this association.Using the keyword “Fatigue AND Catastrophizing”, we performed a search in PubMed, SCOPUS, PsycINFO, and EMBASE.Fourteen studies were reviewed and all except one were found to provide empirical support for an association between high catastrophizing and high fatigue
evidence for the use of art therapy in the management of symptoms in adults with cancer.
Methods: A literature search of electronic databases, ‘grey’ literature, hand searching of key journals, and personal contacts was undertaken. Keywords searched were ‘art therapy’ and ‘cancer’ or ‘neoplasm’. The inclusion
We aimed to review the literature on physical activity in the management of cancer-related fatigue.A search of PubMed for English- or French-language articles using the keywords fatigue, cancer, exercise, physical activity, sport, randomized, and controlled.We found reports of 11 randomized or controlled studies, all
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