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Approach to psychological suffering of cancer patients: those who insist on knowing the truth and others who prefer believing in an optimistic diagnosis



Approach to psychological suffering of cancer patients: those who insist on knowing the truth and others who prefer believing in an optimistic diagnosis



Kurinikaru Sutadi 9(13): 1293-1297




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