Communicate with cancer patients: 2. Handling uncertainty, collusion, and denial.
AffiliationCancer Research Campaign Psychological Medicine Group, Christie Hospital, Manchester.
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CitationCommunicate with cancer patients: 2. Handling uncertainty, collusion, and denial. 1988, 297 (6654):972-4 BMJ
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