By Nicky Miller According to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women. Adding to the range of research, Kessler Foundation is actively researching a breast cancer study to find treatment, and rehabilitation techniques to help individuals
Last month, Kessler Foundation was proud to support Susan G. Komen North Jersey’s Pink Champagne Lunch and Fashion Show held at Mayfair Farms in West Orange, NJ. It was an afternoon of celebrating survivors and networking with passionate advocates in the fight against breast cancer. Didier
This week spotlights women’s health, Gulf War illness and spinal cord injury. To help raise awareness on these topics Kessler Foundation is sharing rehabilitation research information, news, and podcasts from its team of scientists in the field.
People who have experienced breast cancer treatment often suffer from long-term symptoms of fatigue and weakness. In this study, investigators intend to study how brain stimulation can help those who have had breast cancer improve performance in a task that typically causes one to fatigue.
This study examines the effect of a novel, hand-grip training on breast cancer-related symptoms of weakness and fatigue.