[Fear of progression in parents of children with cancer: adaptation of the Fear of Progression Questionnaire and correlates].

@article{Schepper2015FearOP,
  title={[Fear of progression in parents of children with cancer: adaptation of the Fear of Progression Questionnaire and correlates].},
  author={Florian Schepper and Kaye Abel and Peter Herschbach and Heather Christiansen and Anja Mehnert and Julia Martini},
  journal={Klinische Padiatrie},
  year={2015},
  volume={227 3},
  pages={151-6}
}
BACKGROUND Fear of Progression (FoP), the fear of further disease progression, is one of the most common psychological strains of chronically ill patients and can also be found in healthy partners of cancer patients. Parents of children with cancer are also at risk of developing distinct fears that may persist after medical treatment. This study aimed to assess FoP in parents of children with cancer and to investigate relationships between FoP in parents of children with cancer and disease- and… CONTINUE READING

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