Multidisciplinary approach aids cancer patients at critical time

02/18/2013 | Nurse.com

Cancer patients who participated in an intervention aimed at improving their overall well-being had higher quality-of-life scores compared with the standard care group, according to a study in the journal Cancer. Six months after the program, researchers surveyed the patients again and found that that the "intervention is helpful at a critical time, but doesn’t have a lasting continuous enhancing effect."

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