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Perceived helpfulness and impact of social support provided by family, friends, and health care providers to women newly diagnosed with breast cancer.

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Victims' perceptions of social support: what is helpful from whom?

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Social support needs and adjustment of cancer patients.

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Breast cancer and problems with medical interactions: relationships with traumatic stress, emotional self-efficacy, and social support.

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Ovarian cancer patients' psychological distress: the role of physical impairment, perceived unsupportive family and friend behaviors, perceived control, and self-esteem.

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Sources of social support: adolescents with cancer.

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Social support, social conflict, and adjustment among adolescents with cancer.

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Sources of emotional support for adolescents with cancer.

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Communicating cancer diagnosis and prognosis: when the target is the elderly patient-a GIOGer study.

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Cancer patients' desire for psychological support: prevalence and implications for screening patients' psychological needs.

Merckaert I, Libert Y, Messin S, Milani M, Slachmuylder JL, Razavi D.

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Prevalence and psychosocial factors of anxiety and depression in breast cancer patients.

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Managing the personal side of health: how patient expertise differs from the expertise of clinicians.

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Psychosocial variables that affect the psychological adjustment of IVDU patients with AIDS.

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Characterizing social support: global and specific social support experiences of HIV-infected youth.

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The role of attachment dimensions and perceived social support in predicting adjustment to cancer.

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