A Survey of Disclosure of Diagnosis to Patients With Glioma in Japan
International journal of clinical oncology / Japan Society of Clinical Oncology 2011 Jun; 16(3): 230-7
There have been few studies investigating neuro-oncologists' attitudes toward the disclosure of the diagnosis. This study aimed to determine the current status of disclosure to glioma patients in Japan and to analyze the factors associated with disclosure.
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