Assessing the impact of diagnosis and the related supportive care needs in patients with cutaneous melanoma.
AffiliationChristie NHS Foundation Trust, Block C, Withington Hall Cotton Lane, Manchester, M20 4UX, UK, Zoe.Stamataki@christie.nhs.uk.
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AbstractDespite the large number of people affected by melanoma, little is known about the specific needs of melanoma patients. Understanding the effects of melanoma diagnosis and the specific supportive care needs of this group of patients is a necessary step towards provision of effective psychosocial care.
CitationAssessing the impact of diagnosis and the related supportive care needs in patients with cutaneous melanoma. 2014: Support Care Cancer
JournalSupportive Care in Cancer
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