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As a cancer survivor, could I benefit from rehabilitation services?

If you are a cancer survivor, some of the signs that you might benefit from help with your rehabilitation:
  • Feeling weaker now than when you were initially diagnosed
  • Having difficulty talking or swallowing
  • Experiencing pain that is not caused by cancer
  • Feeling more tired than you were before you were diagnosed
  • Having muscular or orthopedic problems
  • Recovering from treatment and doing the things you used to do
  • Uncertainty about how much to exercise or how to best exercise.

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