Cancer Patients and Their Families: Readings on Disease Course, Coping, and Psychological Interventions

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This collection of articles provides heartening evidence that behavioral and psychosocial interventions play a critical role in reducing emotional stress and improving the treatment outcomes for cancer patients. The articles review important behavioral, psychological, and social factors that improve the quality of life for patients with cancer at all stages. Included are descriptions of counseling and educational program. A vital resource for the emerging area of psycho-oncology.

Cancer Patients and Their Families: Readings on Disease Course, Coping, and Psychological Interventions 1999, American Psychological Association (APA), Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9781557986412

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