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Supporting Parents with Cancer: Screening and Psycho-education 

Supporting Parents with Cancer: Screening and Psycho-education
Supporting Parents with Cancer: Screening and Psycho-education

Cynthia W. Moore

, Anna C. Muriel

, and Paula K. Rauch

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date: 03 March 2021

Patients who are parents may experience their parenting role as central to their identity, and may make treatment decisions with their children in mind. Children coping with parental cancer may experience significant distress, especially near the end of life. Clinicians can enhance their alliance with patients and families and improve patient coping by finding ways to address parenting concerns.

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