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Viviane Hess, MD, on Managing Stress in Newly Diagnosed Patients

2017 ASCO Annual Meeting

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Viviane Hess, MD, of the University of Basel and University Hospital Basel, discusses a Web-based stress management tool, called STREAM, designed to reduce stress and improve quality of life for newly diagnosed cancer patients, who often lack psychological support. (Abstract LBA10002)



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