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Objective To present findings from two large surveys that explored the needs for information, emotional support, provision of services, perceptions, and attitudes of women with metastatic breast cancer (MBC).
Objectives To present the nursing theory of Modeling and Role Modeling as a holistic theoretical basis for identifying needs, planning and implementing care and services, and measuring and enhancing outcomes of programs and interventions to meet the needs of people living with advanced cancer.
Objectives To identify the informational needs of individuals living with advanced cancer, offer guidance to reliable and timely informational resources, and suggest ways in which communication among patients, family members, and health care providers can be optimized.
Objectives To summarize the scientific and technologic advances contributing to the increasing number of people who are living with advanced cancer, associated economic costs, psychosocial burdens, and public policy.
Objectives To discuss three contextual factors related to advanced cancer: socioeconomic status, race and racism, and religion and spirituality.
Objectives To discuss issues related to symptom clusters in patients living with advanced cancer.
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