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Work-related medical rehabilitation in patients with cancer-Postrehabilitation results from a cluster-randomized multicenter trial.

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Summary of "Work-related medical rehabilitation in patients with cancer-Postrehabilitation results from a cluster-randomized multicenter trial."

Effective multidisciplinary rehabilitation programs supporting the return to work have become increasingly relevant for cancer survivors. In Germany, inpatient work-related medical rehabilitation programs consider treatment modules of work-related diagnostics, work-related functional capacity training, psychosocial groups, and intensified social counseling. The authors tested the effectiveness of a work-related medical rehabilitation program compared with conventional medical rehabilitation using a cluster-randomized multicenter trial (German Clinical Trial Register: DRKS00007770).

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Name: Cancer
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