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My Cancer Fatigue Action Plan

The goal of My Cancer Fatigue program is to provide you with information about cancer-related fatigue. You can use this information to discuss strategies to manage your fatigue with your healthcare team and help make decisions about your care.

Cancer-related fatigue is different from the everyday fatigue you might have experienced before cancer. It may leave you feeling physically, mentally, and emotionally exhausted. It may also prevent you from doing regular daily activities, which can be upsetting. Your support person or caregiver may even feel burnt out. Fortunately, there are many things that can be done to reduce your fatigue and increase your energy  – including strategies related to physical activity, psychological well-being, sleep, spiritual practices, and nutrition. 

Order your copy of the My Cancer Fatigue Action Plan for free by emailing Sasha.Frost@prostatecancer.ca or calling 1-888-255-0333 ext.268.

The Action Plan contains the Decision Aid and the Management Guide.


The development of the Cancer-Related Fatigue program was funded by Astellas Pharma Canada, Inc and endorsed by Prostate Cancer Canada.

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