Randomized controlled trial to assess the effectiveness of a videotape about radiotherapy.
Slevin, Nicholas J
Cowan, Richard A
Logue, John P
AffiliationCentre for Cancer Epidemiology, Kinnaird Road, Manchester, M20 9QL.
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AbstractIn a randomized controlled trial, the additional provision of information on videotape was no more effective than written information alone in reducing pre-treatment worry about radiotherapy. Images of surviving cancer patients, however, may provide further reassurance to patients once therapy is completed.
CitationRandomized controlled trial to assess the effectiveness of a videotape about radiotherapy. 2001, 84 (1):8-10 Br. J. Cancer
JournalBritish Journal of Cancer
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