Functional Assessment 2017-07-21T22:27:56+00:00

The functional assessment aims to address one of the most important challenges within the battle against cancer; individuality. We have all heard at some point within medicine, the phrase “no patient is the same”, which is very true, these diversities to which we refer, are mostly detectable, we can be objective in terms of differences presented by each patient compared to another.

However, the traditional approach once the diagnosis is obtained, is practically general, that is, all patients with X cancer will undergo a protocolized treatment, where the differences are minimal, this approach is tumor-oriented, leaving aside to a certain extent, the individuality of each patient.

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The functional assessment aims to address one of the most important challenges within the battle against cancer; individuality. We have all heard at some point within medicine, the phrase “no patient is the same”, which is very true, these diversities to which we refer, are mostly detectable, we can be objective in terms of differences presented by each patient compared to another.

However, the traditional approach once the diagnosis is obtained, is practically general, that is, all patients with X cancer will undergo a protocolized treatment, where the differences are minimal, this approach is tumor-oriented, leaving aside to a certain extent, the individuality of each patient.

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