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How does stress cause breast cancer-related fatigue?

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Fatigue often happens when people try to keep their normal daily routines and activities during treatment. Changing your activities to lower stress can help you save energy.

From: Breast Cancer-Related Fatigue WebMD Medical Reference

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National Cancer Institute.

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Reviewed by Laura J. Martin on July 30, 2017

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National Cancer Institute.

Breastcancer.org.

Reviewed by Laura J. Martin on July 30, 2017

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