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The effect of an interdisciplinary rehabilitation intervention comparing HRQoL, symptom burden and physical function among patients with primary glioma: an RCT study protocol

Hansen A, Rosenbek Minet LK, Søgaard K, Jarden JO.

BMJ Open. 2014 Oct 3;4(10):e005490. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2014-005490

Editors’ Comment: Dr. Martin Chasen

Describes in detail a randomized 6-week parallel group rehabilitation study in an outpatient setting for patients with gliomas. The intervention is a 6-week intensive physical therapy as group exercise in addition to receiving individualized occupational therapy as necessary. All tests and evaluations are well described, as are the interventions. We look forward to the future results.

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