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Reply to: “Providing care to a family member affected by head and neck cancer: a phenomenological study”

To the editor:

We read with interest the recent article titled “Providing care to a family member affected by head and neck cancer: a phenomenological study,” by Dri et al. [1]. The authors concluded that caregivers play a crucial role in patients’ post-treatment recovery, and future planning for the treatment of head and neck cancer (HNC) should consider caregivers’ needs.... 

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Type of Reference
Jour
Type of Work
Letter
Publisher
Springer
ISBN/ISSN
0941-4355
Publication Year
2020
Issue Number
5
Journal Titles
Supportive Care in Cancer
Volume Number
28
Start Page
2035
End Page
2036