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Risk Factors of Graves et al for Distress in a Patient with Lung Cancer

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A patient with lung cancer is at risk for significant distress. Graves et al identified factors which can help to identify a lung cancer patient who is at risk for significant distress. The authors are from Georgetown University, University of Kentucky and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.

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