Coping strategy influences quality of life in patients with advanced lung cancer

A. Janssens (Edegem, Belgium), S. Derijcke (Kortrijk, Belgium), D. Galdermans (Antwerpen, Belgium), V. Surmont (Ghent, Belgium), E. De Droogh (Antwerpen, Belgium), A. Lefebure (Borgerhout, Belgium), E. Saenen (Reet, Belgium), E. Vandenbroucke (Antwerpen, Belgium), A. Morel (Bornem, Belgium), A. Sadowska (Bornem, Belgium), J. Van Meerbeeck (Edegem, Belgium)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Symptoms, risks, complications and palliative care in thoracic oncology
Session: Symptoms, risks, complications and palliative care in thoracic oncology
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 4649
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