The impact of childhood cancer on parents´ socio-economic situation - a systematic review.

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Summary of "The impact of childhood cancer on parents´ socio-economic situation - a systematic review."

Taking care of children diagnosed with cancer may have considerable consequences on parents´ socio-economic situation. Our systematic review aimed to evaluate and synthesize the evidence on the impact of childhood cancer on parents´ socio-economic situation.


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Name: Psycho-oncology
ISSN: 1099-1611


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