The Division of Medical Oncology focuses on systemic therapy for patients with cancer. We are actively involved in improving the outcome of patients through research and quality improvement programs. Members of the Division are responsible for education and training of undergraduate and postgraduate students and the continuous professional development of practitioners.
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- 1Campbell, Kristin
- 1Courneya, Kerry S.
- 1Dabbs, Kelly
- 1Klassen, Terry P.
- 1Mackey, John
- 1McNeely, Margaret L.
- 1Breast Neoplasms
- 1Exercise Therapy
- 1Joint Diseases
- 1Postoperative Complications
- 1Randomized Controlled Trials as Topic
- 1Oncology, Department of
- 1Oncology, Department of/Medical Oncology
- 1Rehabilitation Medicine, Faculty of
- 1Rehabilitation Medicine, Faculty of/Physical Therapy
- 1Surgery, Department of
- 1Surgery, Department of/General Surgery
Background Upper-limb dysfunction is a commonly reported side effect of treatment for breast cancer and may include decreased shoulder range of motion (the range through which a joint can be moved) (ROM) and strength, pain and lymphedema. Objectives To review randomized controlled trials (RCTs)...