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Age And Gender Moderate The Impact Of Early Palliative Care In Metastatic Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

R. Nipp, J. Greer, A. El-Jawahri, L. Traeger, E. Gallagher, E. Park, V. Jackson, W. Pirl, J. Temel
Published 2016 · Medicine

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This study analyzed data from a randomized controlled trial of patients with metastatic non-small cell lung cancer who received either early palliative care (EPC) integrated with oncology care or oncology care alone. Males and younger patients who received EPC had better quality of life and mood than those who received oncology care alone. However, these outcomes did not differ significantly between treatment groups for females or older patients.
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