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Rehabilitation – aninseparable component of process of treatment of oncological patients 

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL REHABILITATION AND PALLIATIVE MEDICINE.2015.1(1):51-54; doi 10.15574/IJRPM.2015.01.51 
 

Rehabilitation – aninseparable component of process of treatment of oncological patients 
 

Osinsky D., Buchinskyi S.

Kyiv City Clinical Cancer Center, Ukraine

Advisory and Diagnostic Center of Shevchenkivskyi district, Kiev, Ukraine 
 

Rehabilitation in oncology is an important and necessary stage in treatment of cancer patients which purpose is restoration of functions of bodies and systems of an organism of the patient and reduction of expressiveness of side effects from the carried-out special treatment. 
 

Key words: rehabilitation, recovery therapy, cancer patients. 
 

 

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