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General Information | Fatigue: Recommended Resources

Ten Tips for Managing Fatigue

Stand Up to Fatigue is a comprehensive program about cancer-related fatigue available on the Internet. Filmed at the University of Pennsylvania during a 1998 conference on fatigue, Internet users can access the program for viewing through OncoLink® at http://oncolink.upenn.edu/

Cancer Care, Inc. provides information about fatigue, as well as direct services and support for patients with brain tumors. You can find them on the Internet at http://www.cancercareinc.org/. or by calling their national toll-free number, 1-800-813-HOPE.

Coping Magazine frequently publishes articles for patients related to cancer fatigue. Copies are available in the Patient and Family Resource Center at Duke’s Comprehensive Cancer Center or through subscription by calling 615-790-2400 / email: copingmag@aol.com

Cornucopia House Cancer Support Center, located about 15 minutes from Duke in Chapel Hill, North Carolina offers ongoing support, informational forums, and fatigue management groups for cancer related fatigue. For information, call 919-967-8842. 


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