What do cancer support groups provide which other supportive relationships do not? The experience of peer support groups for people with cancer.

Abstract

This qualitative study examined the questions of what cancer support groups provide that other supportive relationships do not, and what the self perceived consequences are of support group attendance. Nine representative Australian cancer peer support groups, consisting of a total of 93 interviewees, 75 women, and 18 men, with a mean age of 62, took part… (More)

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