Sibling adaptation to childhood cancer collaborative study: health outcomes of siblings of children with cancer.

@article{Zeltzer1996SiblingAT,
  title={Sibling adaptation to childhood cancer collaborative study: health outcomes of siblings of children with cancer.},
  author={Lonnie K. Zeltzer and Michael J. Dolgin and Olle Jane Z. Sahler and Klaus J. Roghmann and Oscar Barbarin and Paul J Carpenter and Donna R. Copeland and Raymond K. Mulhern and John Sargent},
  journal={Medical and pediatric oncology},
  year={1996},
  volume={27 2},
  pages={98-107}
}
OBJECTIVE This seven-site study examined the overall health status, healthcare utilization, somatization, and health-risk behaviors of siblings of children with cancer compared to these factors in matched controls or normative data. The study also examined whether informants (i.e., siblings, parents, physicians) differed in their assessments of the above health domains. DESIGN Subjects were 254 siblings of children with cancer from seven different pediatric oncology treatment centers that… CONTINUE READING

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Sibling adaptation to childhood cancer collaborative study : health outcomes of siblings of children with cancer . OBJECTIVE .
Subjects were 254 siblings of children with cancer from seven different pediatric oncology treatment centers that participated in the Sibling Adaptation to Childhood Cancer Collaborative study group .
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While parents appear to recognize that their " healthy " children are complaining more about aches and pains , they may have little energy or time to attend to the needs of these other family members .
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While parents appear to recognize that their " healthy " children are complaining more about aches and pains , they may have little energy or time to attend to the needs of these other family members .
While parents appear to recognize that their " healthy " children are complaining more about aches and pains , they may have little energy or time to attend to the needs of these other family members .
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