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What is missing for you to be happy? Comparison of the pursuit of happiness among cancer patients, informal caregivers and healthy individuals.

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Summary of "What is missing for you to be happy? Comparison of the pursuit of happiness among cancer patients, informal caregivers and healthy individuals."

After cancer diagnosis, personal value priorities may change in a way that would transform such values and how life is perceived by cancer patients and their caregivers, including happiness and its pursuit.

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Name: Journal of pain and symptom management
ISSN: 1873-6513
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