What do haematological cancer survivors want help with? A cross-sectional investigation of unmet supportive care needs
Background: This study aimed to identify the most prevalent unmet needs of haematological cancer survivors. Methods: Haematological cancer survivors aged 18-80 years at time of recruitment were selected from four Australian state cancer registries. Survivors completed the Survivor Unmet Needs Survey. The most frequently reported "high/very high" unmet needs items were identified, as well as characteristics associated with the three most prevalent "high/very high" unmet needs reported by...[Show more]
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