Understanding distress and distressing experiences in patients living with multiple myeloma: an exploratory study.
AffiliationUniversity of Leeds, City Centre, Leeds, UK.
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AbstractThe aim of this study was to gain greater insight into the symptoms and distressing experiences of patients living with myeloma.
CitationUnderstanding distress and distressing experiences in patients living with multiple myeloma: an exploratory study. 2011, 20 (2):127-34 Psychooncology
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