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## Figure 2.
Change in fatigue over time. Errorbars showing 95% confidence intervals for the change in four different fatigue
measures over time. N = 122 for FSS, otherwise 121. The vertical line (zero) represents fatigue measures at
baseline. FSS and FACIT-F data were normalised to a 0 to 100 scale, corresponding
to fatigue VAS and vitality data. Mean change values (and standard deviations) without
normalising were: FSS, 0.15 (0.12); fatigue VAS, -1.62 (2.20); FACIT-F, 0.78 (0.76);
and vitality, -3.00 (1.48). Vitality (low values representing high fatigue) showed
a statistically but not clinically significant decrease over time. The tendencies
in the other measures were increasing fatigue by FSS and decreasing fatigue by VAS
and FACIT-F. See Table 1 legend for definitions.
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