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Michelle B. Riba, MD, on Screening for Distress in Cancer: Implementing the Standard of Care

NCCN Annual Conference 2019

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Michelle B. Riba, MD, of the University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center, discusses the prevalence of distress in patients with cancer, the need for a quick and simple screening method to identify patients with distress, and strategies for improving integration of psychosocial care into routine cancer care.



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