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MD Anderson Cancer Center: “Cancer treatment side effect: Dehydration.”
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Dana-Farber Cancer Institute: “Exercising with lung cancer.”
Mayo Clinic: “Cancer pain: Relief is possible.”
Oncology Times: “Yoga Benefits Lung Cancer Patients & Their Caregivers.”
LungCancer.org: “Relaxation Techniques and Mind/Body Practices: How They Can Help You Cope With Cancer.”
Cancer.Net: “Managing Stress.”
Johns Hopkins Medicine: “5 Healthy Habits That Help You During Lung Cancer Treatment.”
National Cancer Institute: “Feelings and Cancer,” “Learning to Relax.”
Reviewed by Brunilda Nazario, MD on April 23, 2020
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