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Qualitative analysis of patients’ feedback from a PROMs survey of cancer patients in England
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    Qualitative analysis of patients' feedback from a PROMs survey of cancer patients in England

    I read with much interest about the factors impacting quality of life for cancer patients. I agree on the need for efforts to support patients to manage following completion of cancer treatment through provision of preparation and well as consistent provision of post cancer treatment support.

    Lack of information is also a challenge faced in low and middle income countries such as Kenya where I come from.

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