Comparison of Attitudes of Guilt and Forgiveness in Cancer Patients Without Evidence of Disease and Advanced Cancer Patients in a Palliative Care Setting

@article{Laarhoven2012ComparisonOA,
  title={Comparison of Attitudes of Guilt and Forgiveness in Cancer Patients Without Evidence of Disease and Advanced Cancer Patients in a Palliative Care Setting},
  author={H. V. van Laarhoven and J. Schilderman and C. Verhagen and J. Prins},
  journal={Cancer Nursing},
  year={2012},
  volume={35},
  pages={483–492}
}
Background: Attitudes toward guilt and forgiveness may be important factors determining distress in cancer patients. Direct comparative studies in patients with different life expectancies exploring attitudes toward guilt and forgiveness are lacking. Also, sociodemographic and religious characteristics determining the attitudes toward guilt and forgiveness are unknown. Objective: The objective of this study was to compare attitudes toward guilt and forgiveness in cancer patients without… Expand
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