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Potential mechanisms of the fatigue-reducing effect of cognitive-behavioral therapy in cancer survivors: Three randomized controlled trials

United States Utility Algorithm for the EORTC QLU-C10D, a Multiattribute Utility Instrument Based on a Cancer-Specific Quality-of-Life Instrument

A systematic review of the impact of contemporary treatment modalities for cervical cancer on women's self-reported health-related quality of life

Patient-reported outcomes and experiences from the perspective of colorectal cancer survivors: meta-synthesis of qualitative studies

Couples' Catastrophizing and Co-Rumination: Dyadic Diary Study of Patient Fatigue After Cancer

Associations of Daily Partner Responses With Fatigue Interference an Relationship Satisfaction in Colorectal Cancer Patients

Cancer-related fatigue in a couples’ context: The role of daily cognitions and partner behaviors

The reciprocal relationship between daily fatigue and catastrophizing following cancer treatment: Affect and physical activity as potential mediators

Chronic multimorbidity impairs role functioning in middle-aged and older individuals mostly when non-partnered or living alone

Clinically distinct trajectories of fatigue and their longitudinal relationship with the disturbance of personal goals following a cancer diagnosis

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Onderzoeker uitgelicht: Fabiola Müller Cancer-related fatigue in a couples' context