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    Joachim Weis, Markus Horneber.
    Summary: Cancer-related fatigue (CrF) is increasingly recognized as a significant problem for patients with cancer at all stages, including those undergoing therapy and in remission. In fact, studies have shown that CrF causes patients more distress than pain, nausea, or vomiting and yet fatigue is still often undertreated and rarely studied. However, several new treatments such as are being investigated to determine the most effective ways to manage this debilitating symptom and improve patient quality of life. Cancer-Related Fatigue will provide a concise overview of this condition, with an evidence-based discussion of diagnosis, treatment, and long-term management.

    Etiology and pathogenetic factors
    Nonpharmacological treatment of cancer-related fatigue
    Pharmacological treatment of cancer-related fatigue
    Recommendations for the management of cancer-related fatigue.
    Digital Access Springer 2015