Adolescent and Young Adult Survivors of Childhood Brain Tumors: Life After Treatment in Their Own Words.

@article{Hobbie2016AdolescentAY,
  title={Adolescent and Young Adult Survivors of Childhood Brain Tumors: Life After Treatment in Their Own Words.},
  author={Wendy L. Hobbie and Sue K Ogle and Maureen Charlotte Reilly and Lamia P Barakat and Matthew S Lucas and Jill P. Ginsberg and Michael J Fisher and Ellen M. Volpe and Janet A. Deatrick},
  journal={Cancer nursing},
  year={2016},
  volume={39 2},
  pages={134-43}
}
BACKGROUND To date, there are few studies that examine the perspectives of older survivors of childhood brain tumors who are living with their families in terms of their sense of self and their role in their families. OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to describe how adolescent and young adult survivors of childhood brain tumors describe their health-related quality of life, that is, their physical, emotional, and social functioning. METHODS This qualitative descriptive study included a… CONTINUE READING
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