Correlation between Performance Status (PS) assessment between clinicians and oncologists in a United Kingdom (UK) District General Hospital (DGH) Lung cancer service

A. Ali (Telford, United Kingdom), J. Ibrahim (Telford, United Kingdom), A. Mackintosh (Telford, United Kingdom), J. Olanrewaju (Telford, United Kingdom), N. Ahmad (Telford, United Kingdom), A. Makan (Telford, United Kingdom), H. Moudgil (Telford, United Kingdom), K. Srinivasan (Telford, United Kingdom), E. Crawford (Telford, United Kingdom)

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: 4652
Disease area: Thoracic oncology

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