Research Digest: Psychosocial help for cancer patients

The idea that prolonged stress is bad for your health is uncontroversial. And few things can be more stressful than receiving a cancer diagnosis and undergoing treatment. It makes sense, then, to consider that psychological interventions, aimed at providing cancer patients with emotional support and guidance on coping, might be beneficial.

A new paper on what can be a delicate, controversial topic is discussed on our Research Digest blog.

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