haematology
Blood cancers

Walking speed predicts clinical outcomes in older adults with blood cancers


A slower walking pace has been linked to a higher likelihood of death and hospital visits in older people with blood cancers, a study finds. According to the authors from the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, gait speed could be used by clinicians as a simple screening test to assess frailty and ultimately guide treatment ...

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