Do Physicians Believe in Shared Decision Making for Prostate Cancer Screening?

Gupta, Rahul
November 2009
Internal Medicine Alert;11/15/2009, Vol. 31 Issue 21, p161
Although health care providers have a major influence on their patients when they decide to undergo screening for prostate cancer, shared decision making often does not occur despite recommendations.


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