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Jane McNeil Beith, MD, PhD, on Reducing Fear in Cancer Survivors

2017 ASCO Annual Meeting

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Jane McNeil Beith, MD, PhD, of Chris O’Brien Lifehouse, discusses long-term study results on a psychological intervention, called “Conquer Fear,” designed to reduce clinical levels of fear of cancer recurrence in breast, colorectal, and melanoma cancer survivors. (Abstract LBA10000)



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