Un Abrazo Para La Familia: Providing low-income Hispanics with education and skills in coping with breast cancer and caregiving
Psycho-Oncology, 04/23/2012Marshall CA et al.
When provided an accessible format, co–survivors of cancer from underserved populations increase their cancer knowledge and self–efficacy. This is notable because research indicates that family members and friends with increased cancer knowledge assume more active involvement in the cancer care of their loved ones.
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