Mental Health and Cancer: New Survey Shows Over a Third of Patients Aren’t Getting the Support They Need

Published Jul 24, 2019

Mental Health and Cancer: New Survey Shows Over a Third of Patients Aren’t Getting the Support They Need

Thirty-four percent of people who need psychological care during or after cancer treatment said that support services were "not available to them," according to a new international survey.

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