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Purpose: Cultural diversity in clinical encounters is common, yet mental constructions regarding cancer that influence expected treatment are poorly studied for indigenous people. We explored Maya healers' conceptions, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer to remedy this problem. Methods: In-depth...
Purpose: Quality of end-of-life (EOL) care is a key component of excellence in cancer care, and monitoring indicators for quality of EOL cancer care is crucial to providing excellent care. The aim of the current study is to describe the relative aggressiveness of EOL cancer care in the state of...
Purpose: Connecting a cancer patient to the appropriate treatment requires the correct diagnosis provided in a timely manner. In resource-limited settings, the anatomic pathology bridge to efficient, accurate, and timely cancer care is often challenging. In this study, we present the first phase...
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