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Use of the supportive care framework to explore haematological cancer survivors’ unmet needs: a qualitative study

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Herrmann, Anne ; Mansfield, Elise ; Tzelepis, Flora ; Lynagh, Marita ; Hall, Alix
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 19 Feb 2021 10:11


BackgroundSome sub-types of haematological cancers are acute and require intensive treatment soon after diagnosis. Other sub-types are chronic, relapse over many years and require life-long cycles of monitoring interspersed with bouts of treatment. This often results in significant uncertainty about the future, high levels of depression and anxiety, and reduced quality of life. Little is known ...


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