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プレハビリテーションの有効性についてのエビデンス(科学的根拠)

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プレハビリテーションの有効性を証明する研究(医学論文など)

がん患者さんを対象としたプレハビリテーション(prehabilitation)の有効性・効果、安全性などについての科学的根拠(エビデンス)については、以下の文献を参考にしています。

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