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Time since diagnosis as a predictor of symptoms, depression, cognition, social concerns, perceived benefits, and overall health in cancer survivors.

Time since diagnosis as a predictor of symptoms, depression, cognition, social concerns,... To assess whether health and other factors are different in short-term cancer survivors (less than five years since diagnosis), long-term survivors (5-10 years), and very long-term survivors (more than 10 years). http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Oncology nursing forum Pubmed

Time since diagnosis as a predictor of symptoms, depression, cognition, social concerns, perceived benefits, and overall health in cancer survivors.

Time since diagnosis as a predictor of symptoms, depression, cognition, social concerns, perceived benefits, and overall health in cancer survivors.


Abstract

To assess whether health and other factors are different in short-term cancer survivors (less than five years since diagnosis), long-term survivors (5-10 years), and very long-term survivors (more than 10 years).

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ISSN
0190-535X
DOI
10.1188/10.ONF.331-338
pmid
20439217

Abstract

To assess whether health and other factors are different in short-term cancer survivors (less than five years since diagnosis), long-term survivors (5-10 years), and very long-term survivors (more than 10 years).

Journal

Oncology nursing forumPubmed

Published: Aug 4, 2010

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