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Disclosure and Understanding of Cancer Diagnosis and Prognosis for People With Intellectual Disabilities: Findings From an Ethnographic Study Tuffrey-Wijne, Irene; Bernal, Jane; Hollins, Sheila (2010-07)PURPOSE: Growing numbers of people with intellectual disabilities are diagnosed with a life-limiting illness such as cancer. Little is known about disclosure of diagnosis and prognosis to this group. The study aim was to ...