The clock seems to regulate only one cycle, wakewith repeated administration of chemotherapy, it becomes more difficult to re – adjust for the biological clock. .. Principal investigator, Sonia Ancoli – Israel, professor of psychiatry at the University of California San Diego, that the results are not surprising. Sleep disturbances are common in cancer patients, with 30 to 50 % have symptoms of insomnia. Previous studies have also shown that both sleep and fatigue get worse with chemotherapy, so it was expected that circadian rhythms would deteriorate.
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