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Julia H. Rowland, PhD, on The Psychosocial Challenges Cancer Survivors Face

2015 IPOS APOS World Congress of Psycho-Oncology

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Julia H. Rowland, PhD, of the National Cancer Institute, discusses the growing number of promising interventions to improve health and function for those living with and beyond a cancer diagnosis, as well as those who care for and about them.



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