oncology
Childhood cancers

Strong emotional burden for terminal adolescent cancer clinicians

Clinicians struggle to not get personally involved when caring for adolescents and young adults with incurable cancer, an Australian study shows. While survival rates for adolescent cancers in Australia now approach 90%, oncologists and other clinical staff still face major emotional and mental challenges when providing palliative treatment for young people with incurable cancers, interviews ...

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