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Exercise versus usual care after non-reconstructive breast cancer surgery (UK PROSPER): multicentre randomised controlled trial and economic evaluation

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Objective To evaluate whether a structured exercise programme improved functional and health related quality of life outcomes compared with usual care for women at high risk of upper limb disability after breast cancer surgery. Design Multicentre, pragmatic, superiority, randomised controlled trial with economic evaluation. Setting 17 UK National Health Service cancer centres. Participants 392 women undergoing breast cancer surgery, at risk of postoperative upper limb morbidity, randomised...

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10.1136/bmj-2021-066542

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0000-0002-8462-7999
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0000-0003-1566-9551
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BMJ Journal website
Volume:
375
Article number:
e066542
Publication date:
2021-11-11
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2021-10-22
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1756-1833
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1759-2151
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1209238
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2021-11-12

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