Patient–physician communication concerning participation in cancer chemotherapy trials

@article{Srensen2004PatientphysicianCC,
  title={Patient–physician communication concerning participation in cancer chemotherapy trials},
  author={Jens Benn S\orensen and Peter J Hancke Rossel and S\oren Holm},
  journal={British Journal of Cancer},
  year={2004},
  volume={90},
  pages={328 - 332}
}
Cancer patients demand a high level of involvement in decisions concerning treatment. Many patients are informed about experimental trials, and especially the first consultation may be crucial for the future communication and treatment process. Patients with nonresectable non-small-cell lung cancer or colorectal cancer informed about experimental chemotherapy completed a questionnaire on satisfaction with the communication process, general attitude towards experimental treatments, the substance… CONTINUE READING

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