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Worry About Dying
I worry about dying
, Worry Dying
A question about whether an individual worries or worried about dying.
National Institutes of Health
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Relationships between worry about dying in patients with advanced cancer and their illness understanding, treatment preferences, and advance care planning.
Corpus ID: 219775699
12080Background: Patients with advanced cancer often worry about dying, yet little is known about the role their fears play…
Anaphylaxis: Recognizing Risk and Targeting Treatment.
The journal of allergy and clinical immunology…
Corpus ID: 42493181
“Anaphylaxis is a serious allergic reaction that is rapid in onset and may cause death.” The imminent risk of death is inherent…
Do patients with brain metastases selected for whole brain radiotherapy have worse baseline quality of life as compared to those for radiosurgery or neurosurgery (with or without whole brain…
Annals of palliative medicine
Corpus ID: 11953515
BACKGROUND The purpose was to examine the baseline characteristics, symptoms and quality of life (QOL) in patients who receive…
Associations with worry about dying and hopelessness in ambulatory ovarian cancer patients
Palliative and Supportive Care
Corpus ID: 26496825
Abstract Objective: Women with ovarian cancer face a poor prognosis, with prolonged periods of treatment but relatively high…
The Abominable No-Men: A Cautionary Tale
Perspectives in biology and medicine
Corpus ID: 33143810
For years things had been getting better and better. Children were no longer dying of diarrhoea and measles, except poor black…
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