Create a resource list for contacts

September 2010
Patient Education Management;Sep2010, Vol. 17 Issue 9, p100
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the importance of creating a list of contact information on various organizations and volunteers to help cancer survivors obtain information on the support and services that can be offered beyond the perimeter of the medical center.


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