Twenty years later, the 10th principle of the NCCS publication Imperatives for Quality Cancer Care: Access, Advocacy, Action, and Accountability (Imperatives), is as critical and significant as it was in 1995. When it was written, it followed years of psychosocial research that demonstrated that cancer created an emotional crisis for patients and families. It […]
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