Fighting pain after breast cancer: it feels so unfair!

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About the research

The fight against breast cancer does not stop with overcoming cancer. 1 in 3 women continue to experience pain symptoms even during a harmless activity such as cycling. Physiotherapist Eva Roose (VUB) wants to help these breast cancer survivors reset their pain alarms by working on acceptance, sleep hygiene, and physical activity.

Health
Cancer
Eva Roose
VUB

Eva Roose holds a master’s degree in Rehabilitation Sciences and Physical Therapy. She is a fulltime Ph.D. researcher since 2020 on a project funded by Stand up to Cancer, a Belgian cancer charity. She is a member of the Pain in Motion international research group and the Rehabilitation Research research group. Her research topic focuses on the effect of feelings of injustice on the experience of pain after breast cancer.

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