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2015 | 5 | 1 | A27-A32
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Therapeutic rehabilitation of cancer patients. Why and what for?

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Types of oncological rehabilitation and its objectives are described. It includes information on many manifestations of oncological diseases that an internist has to deal with, which are conditioned not only by the oncological process itself, but by the cancer treatment conducted, as well as the attitude of doctors and patients to cancer pathology. The specific characteristics of the “cancer disease” are described, as well as a combination of somatic disorders which depends on the ongoing or arrested tumor development. It is necessary for doctors to observe the cancer patients before, during and after treatment for complication of cancer or treatment over the life span.
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A27-A32
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  • Saint-Petersburg Clinical Hospital, Russian Academy of Sciences
  • Saint-Petersburg Clinical Hospital, Russian Academy of Sciences
  • Saint-Petersburg Clinical Hospital, Russian Academy of Sciences
  • Saint-Petersburg Clinical Hospital, Russian Academy of Sciences
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