Cancer support groups: the state of the art.


Support groups serve a large number of people with cancer, and their family members. Their popularity is grounded in the fact that the existing cancer treatment network continues to leave a gap of unmet psychosocial needs. These unmet needs can often be alleviated by mutual aid provided by people who share a common experience. Mutual aid complements… (More)


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@article{Cella1993CancerSG, title={Cancer support groups: the state of the art.}, author={D. F. Cella and S B Yellen}, journal={Cancer practice}, year={1993}, volume={1 1}, pages={56-61} }