‘He Never Liked Sport Anyway’ - Mother's Views of Young People Coping With a Bone Tumour in the Lower Limb

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PURPOSE Treatment for a bone tumour can compromise quality of life (QOL), especially for young patients. We used qualitative methods to assess mothers' views of patients' experiences and their coping strategies at approximately 6 months after diagnosis (T1: n=12) and 12-18 months later (T2: n=11). SUBJECTS Mothers of young people (aged 6-22 years) who… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/13577140500043823

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@article{Earle2005HeNL, title={‘He Never Liked Sport Anyway’ - Mother's Views of Young People Coping With a Bone Tumour in the Lower Limb}, author={Emily Anne Earle and Christine Eiser and Robert J Grimer}, journal={Sarcoma}, year={2005}, volume={9}, pages={7 - 13} }