Research Poster| Volume 96, ISSUE 12, e5-e6, December 2015

Breast Cancer Survivors Self-Reported Symptoms and Limitations in Activities and Participation: Outcomes of Prospective Surveillance

      To compare symptoms, activities and participation between breast cancer survivors (BCS) and controls in a prospective surveillance model (PSM) prior to cancer treatment and 12-24 months post-operatively using the Upper Limb Disability Questionnaire (ULDQ). We hypothesize there are no differences between groups for symptoms, activities and participation secondary to PSM. The ULDQ is a patient reported outcome tool (PRO) developed to assess symptoms, body structure and function, activities and participation in BCS to prevent adverse effects of cancer treatment. We are unaware of a PRO that assesses these domains within the breast cancer population.
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          Research Poster #4677 in the 2015 ACRM American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine Annual Conference Late-Breaking Research Abstracts published in December 2015 contained an incomplete list of authors and a missing affiliation for the presenter (To view the full issue, please visit the Archives journal website at .) The corrected author list and affiliation appears below.
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