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Impact de l'activité physique adaptée sur les douleurs articulaires induites sous hormonothérapie en traitement adjuvant du cancer du sein (étude ancillaire du dispositif IMAPAC)

Abstract : Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women in France. The majority of these cancers are hormone dependent, which is why about 80% of women will receive hormone therapy. Today hormone therapy is one of the treatments that allows to obtain the best survival rate after cancer, but it is also a treatment that has many side effects, including joint pain. About one in two women will experience it. These pains impact quality of life and compliance with treatment. Therefore it is important to find alternatives for the relief of these pains. Adapted physical activity (APA) has already proven itself in primary prevention in the development of cancers. Today, many studies are interested in its role in secondary prevention and in particular in the reduction of the undesirable effects linked to the treatment or to the cancer itself. While physical activity seems to be a solution for the relief of these pains, oncologists and educators note a significant reduction in the practice or even a stop in women on hormone therapy. Thus, in this context, a study called IMAPAC-APAISE, led by the OncoNormandie Network, was proposed in order to assess the effects of an adapted physical activity on the progression of pain in patients under hormone therapy. This thesis is based on the development of the APAISE project. The bibliography produced during this work constitutes an inventory of current knowledge and enabled to develop the study protocol.
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Pauline Drillon. Impact de l'activité physique adaptée sur les douleurs articulaires induites sous hormonothérapie en traitement adjuvant du cancer du sein (étude ancillaire du dispositif IMAPAC). Sciences pharmaceutiques. 2021. ⟨dumas-03466917⟩

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