Cancer-induced Bone Pain Impairs Burrowing Behaviour in Mouse and Rat
Conclusion: Burrowing performance was reduced in both rodent models, indicating that the burrowing test is a relevant and reproducible behavioural test for assessing disease development in both mouse and rat models of cancer-induced bone pain.
It’s in the early morning of April 15th, 2030 that when looking at your smart mirror, the latter beeps a warning notification: that new mole on your chin should be checked by your dermatologist. That was to be expected. After all your genetic test revealed that you possess a mutation in the CDKN2A gene. But you also get the recommendation to have your esophagus and stomach checked as your connected smart scale registered a noticeable drop in weight and this mutation also carries an increased risk of gastrointestinal (GI) tract cancer. With such increased awareness and early stage diagnosis methods, will the cance...
Conditions: Breast Cancer; Breast Cancer Lymphedema; Pain; Pain, Postoperative; Pain, Chronic; Mastectomy; Lymphedema; Breast Surgery Interventions: Other: Single rehabilitative treatment; Other: Group rehabilitative treatment Sponsor: University of Roma La Sapienza Completed
Conditions: Breast Cancer; Pain, Chronic; Pain, Postoperative; Mastectomy; Lymphedema Intervention: Other: Rehabilitation protocol Sponsor: University of Roma La Sapienza Completed
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