Self-Management Coping Strategies Can Mean Better Outcomes fo ...

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After chemotherapy treatments, patients can sometimes experience such symptoms as fatigue, nausea, vomiting, and cognitive issues like not being to think clearly or having memory problems. But the experts at The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – James Cancer Hospital share that some of these issues can be managed quite well with behavioral self-management to help cope with treatment effects. And managing those coping mechanisms can lead to even better, more positive outcomes.


"If you feel really bad, I got told to take deep breaths. Breathe in for 10secs, hold for 10secs and breathe out for 10secs. It really helps."


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