Some people recovering from COVID-19 fare worse than current or previous cancer patients when referred to outpatient rehabilitation services, a new study from the CDC shows.
People experiencing ongoing or long-haul COVID-19 symptoms after illness were more likely to report pain, challenges with physical activities, and “substantially worse health” compared with people needing rehabilitation because of cancer, lead author Jessica Rogers-Brown, PhD, and colleagues report.
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