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Nutritional care in advanced cancer, the experiences of patients, families, and health care providers
Anorexia and cachexia are prevalent problems in palliative cancer patients. To date, however, the majority of research related to these issues has been biomedical in nature. While this line of inquiry has produced important ...
Symptom experiences in the illness trajectory of children with cancer and their families
Many childhood malignancies once regarded as fatal have become curable with the initiation of multimodal therapy. However, such therapy is not without its costs. Aggressive treatment is associated with many adverse ...