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Neurotoxicity Prevention with a Multimodal Program (ATENTO) Prior To Cancer Treatment versus Through

Ángela González-Santos et al.  | Published on 6/15/2021
A current challenge in breast cancer (BC) patients is how to reduce the side effects of cancer and cancer treatments and prevent a decrease in quality of life (QoL). Neurotoxic side effects, especially from chemotherapy, are present in up to 75% of women with BC, which implies a large impact on QoL. There is a special interest in the preventive possibilities of therapeutic exercise (TE) for these neurological sequelae, and the benefits of TE could be improved when it is combined with vagal activation techniques (VATs). Read more here.

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