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REBOUND “Trained to live again”: The practice of great Olympic coaches improves and enhances the quality of life of cancer patients in remission after hematopoietic stem cell allogeneic transplantation

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Authors thank CD Buckner, MD and L Nakatsu, RPH, Seattle, USA for their critical review of the manuscript. This program was partially supported by fundings from “Conseil département des Bouches du Rhone “ and “ Fondation du Crédit Agricole Alpes-Provence”.

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Blaise, D., Calvin, S., Cuvelier, S. et al. REBOUND “Trained to live again”: The practice of great Olympic coaches improves and enhances the quality of life of cancer patients in remission after hematopoietic stem cell allogeneic transplantation. Bone Marrow Transplant 55, 997–999 (2020).

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