The quality of survival of patients with malignant cerebal glioma following radiotherapy

  title={The quality of survival of patients with malignant cerebal glioma following radiotherapy},
  author={Elizabeth Davies},
The quality of survival for patients with malignant cerebral glioma following radiotherapy Objective To describe survival, disability and morbidity after radiotherapy for malignant glioma and explore patient and relative experience. Design Home follow-up of patients and relative over up to 24 months and of relatives after bereavement. Setting Six London hospitals Subjects 92 patients receiving radiotherapy (83 recruited at diagnosis; 9 after radiotherapy) and 85 relatives. 56 bereaved relatives… CONTINUE READING


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