Mapping French people and health professionals’ positions regarding the circumstances of morphine use to relieve cancer pain

@article{Mazoyer2017MappingFP,
  title={Mapping French people and health professionals’ positions regarding the circumstances of morphine use to relieve cancer pain},
  author={Julie Mazoyer and Mar{\'i}a Teresa Mu{\~n}oz Sastre and Paul Sorum and Etienne Mullet},
  journal={Supportive Care in Cancer},
  year={2017},
  volume={25},
  pages={2723-2731}
}
BackgroundCancer patients suffer in part because some health professionals prescribe or administer amounts of analgesics, namely opioids, which are too small or too widely spaced to be fully effective. Patients’ reluctance to use opioids for pain treatment is often mentioned as a reason not to apply the official guidelines, but very few studies have been conducted on people’s attitudes about opioid use to relieve cancer pain.MethodsOne hundred twenty lay participants and 30 health professionals… CONTINUE READING

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