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Synonyms for rehabilitation

the systematic application of remedies to effect a cure

Synonyms for rehabilitation

the conversion of wasteland into land suitable for use of habitation or cultivation

vindication of a person's character and the re-establishment of that person's reputation

the treatment of physical disabilities by massage and electrotherapy and exercises

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The patients testimonials became a sidelight at the launch of the Guangdong Provincial Light of Life Society for Cancer Rehabilitation, the Jinan University-Fuda International Postgraduate Training for Cancer, the International Cryosurgery Center for Pancreatic Cancer and the Li Chaolong Modern China Medicine Research held here recently.
The visionary work of students, from designing celestial observatories at Druridge Bay to imagining Gibside Hall as a cancer rehabilitation and hydrotherapy centre (to give just a couple of examples), is testament to the University's approach.
Predictors of fear of recurrence in patients one year after cancer rehabilitation: A prospective study.
This is an aspect quite common for studies in the field of cancer rehabilitation, which could be impacting the results.
Principles of cancer rehabilitation. In: Buschbacher RM, Dumitru D, Johnson EW, editors.
McNeely ML (2012) Cancer Rehabilitation: Opportunities and Challenges, Physiother Can.
This not 'just' one of those 110 hospitals; this facility in Las Vegas is solely for cancer rehabilitation.
Recently, two staff members qualified as cancer rehabilitation exercise instructors, after a course run by Macmillan specialists.
Also at the conference, Rankin helped lead a scientific session, "Cancer rehabilitation, nutrition and management of cancer related complications."
Dr Campbell said: "I work with Macmillan and oncology teams to try to ensure that exercise-based cancer rehabilitation is included in the cancer-care pathway.
I am pleased that the Life and Livelihood Study has contributed to the growing field of research in cancer rehabilitation, survivorship, and quality-of-life.
Contributors are experts in pain medicine, anesthesiology, cancer rehabilitation, and vocational counseling at US hospitals, clinics, and medical centers.
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