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Caring for patients with brain tumors compared to patients with non-brain tumors Experiences and needs of informal caregivers in home care settings.

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Summary of "Caring for patients with brain tumors compared to patients with non-brain tumors Experiences and needs of informal caregivers in home care settings."

Informal caregivers of patients with advanced cancer experience a challenging time, especially while caring for the patient at home. Aim of this study is to compare experiences, perceived burdens, and needs during home care of informal caregivers of brain tumor patients and informal caregivers of non-brain tumor patients.

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Name: Journal of psychosocial oncology
ISSN: 1540-7586
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