Perceived information after surgery for colorectal cancer - an explorative study
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Lithner M et al. – The results from this study indicate that women and patients with a poorer preoperative health status scored less on information received and would need more time and support to prepare for discharge. The patients expressed a desire for more information about the surgery, how to handle symptoms at home and prognostic information about their future.

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