Feeling states: a new approach to understanding how children and adolescents with cancer experience symptoms.

@article{Woodgate2008FeelingSA,
  title={Feeling states: a new approach to understanding how children and adolescents with cancer experience symptoms.},
  author={Roberta Lynn Woodgate},
  journal={Cancer nursing},
  year={2008},
  volume={31 3},
  pages={229-38}
}
Children with cancer experience short- and long-term symptoms. The symptoms can escalate child and family suffering and impact on their quality of life. Children's perspectives of their cancer symptoms have been increasingly investigated; however, there is still much more to be learned from children with cancer. Accordingly, a qualitative study that sought to arrive at an interpretive description of children's and adolescent's perspectives about their cancer symptoms was conducted, with a focus… CONTINUE READING

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