Research finds regional cancer patients could save money and time when they have telehealth rehabilitation sessions

Alex Gretgrix
By Alex Gretgrix
Updated January 13 2022 - 9:29pm, first published 6:30am
La Trobe researcher and physiotherapist Dr Amy Dennett said giving cancer patients the option to undertake rehabilitation clinics remotely is vital to supporting treatment and recovery. Picture: SUPPLIED

La Trobe University research has found delivering cancer patients' rehabilitation clinics by telehealth is safe, effective and removes barriers to participation, such as fatigue, travel and parking costs.

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Alex Gretgrix

Alex Gretgrix

Journalist

Journalist based in Bendigo, Victoria, covering health and Buloke and Campaspe Shire news at the Bendigo Advertiser. Contact via alex.gretgrix@austcommunitymedia.com.au