Distinct sleep disturbance profiles among patients with gynecologic cancer receiving chemotherapy

CONCLUSIONS: Over 80% of the patients with gynecologic cancer reported sleep disturbance that persisted over two cycles of chemotherapy. Patients in the Very High class experienced problems with both sleep initiation and maintenance. Clinicians should routinely assess sleep disturbance alongside depression, anxiety, and fatigue. Interventions that target the underlying mechanisms of these co-occurring symptoms are warranted.PMID:34521555 | DOI:10.1016/j.ygyno.2021.09.002
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