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Patient-reported health problems and healthcare use after treatment for early-stage breast cancer.

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Summary of "Patient-reported health problems and healthcare use after treatment for early-stage breast cancer."

A clear picture of treatment-related health problems following breast cancer treatment is useful in anticipating the informational and other needs of patients during follow-up. This study aimed to identify treatment-related health problems in breast cancer patients up to five years after diagnosis. Secondly, the use of care associated with these health problems was identified.

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Name: Breast (Edinburgh, Scotland)
ISSN: 1532-3080
Pages: 4-11

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