Patients learn skills for cancer survivorship

December 2011
Patient Education Management;12/1/2011, p137
Academic Journal
The article offers information the 'Road to Wellness' program, which aims to equip patients with skills required for cancer survivorship; included are comments from Matthew Ballo, a professor of radiation oncology, who states that the program is an intervention.


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