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Bewegungsförderung und Symptombewältigung

Exergames bei Tumorpatienten

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Jahn, P., Lakowa, N., Golla, A. et al. Exergames bei Tumorpatienten. Im Fokus Onkologie 23, 36–43 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s15015-020-2313-6

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