Study protocol of KLIMOP: a cohort study on the wellbeing of older cancer patients in Belgium and the Netherlands

January 2011
BMC Public Health;2011, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p825
Academic Journal
The article focuses on an observational cohort study reporting the effect of cancer, ageing, and their interaction on the long-term wellbeing of older cancer patients. It is stated that in aged cancer patients, endpoints like quality of survival and daily functioning might be considered equally important as overall or disease free survival.


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