Death anxiety interventions in patients with advanced cancer

August 2017

Cancer

Country of origin: EU

Death anxiety is a common issue in adult patients with advanced cancer and can have a large impact on quality of life and end-of-life care. Interventions are available to assist but are scarcely used in everyday practice. A systematic review is online.

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