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The restoration of former rights, authority, or abilities.

The process of rehabilitating a witness involves restoring the credibility of the witness following Impeachment by the opposing party. Rehabilitating a prisoner refers to preparing him or her for a productive life upon release from prison.

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Students travelled to London for the Free Range Interiors show at the Old Truman Brewery in the capital's fashionable Brick Lane area, with Natasha Kwok taking the leading award at the show after winning the IE (Interior Educators) Interiorist of the Year 2014 for her work at Gibside Hall in Gateshead, which she re-imagined as a cancer rehabilitation and hydrotherapy facility.
Difficult Moderately Easily to access accessible accessible Information and education about 26% 40% 34% potential late effects due to cancer Opportunities to interact with 25% 41% 35% other survivors Psychosocial support 30% 28% 43% Pain and symptom management 14% 24% 61% programs Access to cancer rehabilitation 44% 27% 29% programs Fertility counselling and resources 30% 35% 36% Genetic counseling 38% 28% 34% Note: Table made from bar graph.
Getting hold of her far-sightedness, she initiated the inauguration of the first-ever Cancer Rehabilitation Center never attempted by anyone in the United States.
In Scotland we are progressing ahead of other countries to provide cancer rehabilitation.
* Cancer Rehabilitation & Survivorship: Transdisciplinary Approaches to Personalized Care ( all three key areas
In the same vein, part of the proceeds from Yusuf's concert in Egypt will be donated to an organisation dedicated to cancer rehabilitation for children.
An abridgment of the 2009 textbook Cancer Rehabilitation: Principles and Practice is designed for students, residents, trainees, and practitioners from specialties other than oncology, including internal medicine, primary care, surgery, and nursing.
"Going on the Passport to Breast Cancer Rehabilitation course helped normalise things which seemed abnormal, like shopping for a wig or dealing with chemotherapy.
The oncology centre's own specialist radiographers and doctors will run the centre, which will house three cutting edge radiotherapy treatment machines, expert cancer rehabilitation and support services.
"The idea of a DVD is inspired and should be a huge help to the thousands of patients who undergo breast cancer treatment every year." The DVD will also include a section by Professor Anna Campbell, an exercise-based cancer rehabilitation specialist.

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