Opening the borders of symptom management: Investigating circadian rhythms and light exposure in cancer patients
Webconference by Lisa M. Wu, Fellow at the Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies, Danemark, as part of a series of conferences organized by the European Netias network on the theme of Borders.
Cancer patients often experience symptoms and side-effects before and after treatment. These symptoms may be driven by the circadian disruptions that cancer patients often experience. Light, the strongest entrainer of circadian rhythms, may also play an important role in the manifestation of these symptoms. In this talk, Lisa will present findings from studies in this area, and will also describe a new study that will breach the borders of how cancer symptoms are traditionally examined.
No registration needed.
Zoom link: bit.ly/2YqDVQB