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Published in Urology

Journal Scan / Research · August 31, 2020

Indicators of Mental Distress Among Prostate Cancer Survivors

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An Examination of the Relationship Between Mental Distress, Functional and Psychosocial Quality of Life Indicators in a Population Based Sample of Prostate Cancer Survivors Who Received Curative Treatment
Urol Pract 2020 Sep 01;7(5)384-390, G Ilie, M MacDonald, D Bell, R Rendon, G Langille, G Bailly, R Mason, D Bowes, D Wilke, N Patil, J Lawen, J Grantmyre, R Thompson, C MacDonald, P O’Malley, L Pan, S Bagnell, H Campbell, M Acker, P Massaro, D Padmore, RDH Rutledge

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