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Juliet Jacobsen and Vicki A. Jackson

. 3 Parker PA Baile WF de Moor C . Breaking bad news about cancer: patients’ preferences for communication . J Clin Oncol 2001 ; 19 : 2049 – 2056 . 4 Kutner JS Steiner JF Corbett KK . Information needs in terminal illness . Soc Sci

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Ashish Rai, Xuesong Han, Zhiyuan Zheng, K. Robin Yabroff, and Ahmedin Jemal

) mandated the adjustment of Medicare payment rates in response to value-based performance scores—a substantive portion of which is measured using patients' assessment of communication with healthcare providers. 2 The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research

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Julie E.M. Swillens, Quirinus J.M. Voorham, Iris D. Nagtegaal, and Rosella P.M.G. Hermens

Wensing, 18 results of the focus groups with MDTMs, and results of a focus group with PALGA liaisons. We organized this additional focus group to explore communicational and technical implications of SSR implementation. Most important findings were the

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Jennifer Barsky Reese, Lauren A. Zimmaro, Sharon L. Bober, Kristen Sorice, Elizabeth Handorf, Elaine Wittenberg, Areej El-Jawahri, Mary Catherine Beach, Antonio C. Wolff, Mary B. Daly, Brynna Izquierdo, and Stephen J. Lepore

communication is a lack of training in discussing sexual health and related concerns. 15 – 17 Previously, we tested a brief intervention aimed at enhancing breast cancer clinicians’ communication regarding their patients’ sexual health concerns, called

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Jeffrey K. Belkora, David W. Hutton, Dan H. Moore, and Laura A. Siminoff

rate would have been candidates for routine adjuvant therapy. 16 , 17 As the objective was to study risk communication and therapy choice, the authors believed that the threshold of a greater than 85% 10-year survival rate would include not only

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Giuseppe Curigliano

which she lives. Across borders and cultures, breast cancer experience is emotionally distressing. Oncologists should help our patients to overcome their difficulties through personalized communication, no less than personalized medicine, using the

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Joan S. McClure

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Patricia A. Ganz

disease management, they must be well-informed about the diagnosis, prognosis, and potential treatment options, having received that information from clinicians with good communication skills that match the unique needs of the patient. In addition, the

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Teresita Muñoz-Antonia

comprises awareness, communication, and respect, she said. To Dr. Muñoz-Antonia, this means the following: understanding that a person’s culture and his or her individual fears will influence that individual’s decisions and care; delivering care that is

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Martha Aschenbrenner, Bruce Ham, Paula K. Rauch, Zoraida Sambolin, Maya Silver, and Lillie D. Shockney

oncology team was so important that she selected her oncology providers based as much on their communication skills as their clinical expertise. “I knew that if I had difficult conversations that needed to happen,” she said, “they would happen in a setting