Unrealistic parental expectations for cure in poor-prognosis childhood cancer

Title

Unrealistic parental expectations for cure in poor-prognosis childhood cancer

Creator

Mack J W; Cronin A M; Uno H; Shusterman S; Twist C J; Bagatell R; Rosenberg A; Marachelian A; Granger M M; Glade Bender J; Baker J N; Park J; Cohn S L; Levine A; Taddei S; Diller L R

Identifier

Publisher

Cancer

Date

2020

Subject

child; human; patient care; controlled study; female; major clinical study; male; cohort analysis; article; priority journal; childhood cancer; cancer recurrence; quality of life; confidence interval; cancer palliative therapy; interpersonal communication; expectation; clinical decision making; parental behavior; prospective study; cancer prognosis; neuroblastoma; questionnaire; medical record; pediatric patient; cancer risk; theoretical model; high risk population; odds ratio

Description

Background: Many parents of children with advanced cancer pursue curative goals when cure is no longer possible. To the authors' knowledge, no pediatric studies to date have prospectively evaluated prognosis communication or influences on decision making in poor-prognosis childhood cancer.

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Citation List Month

Oncology 2020 List

Collection

Citation

Mack J W; Cronin A M; Uno H; Shusterman S; Twist C J; Bagatell R; Rosenberg A; Marachelian A; Granger M M; Glade Bender J; Baker J N; Park J; Cohn S L; Levine A; Taddei S; Diller L R, “Unrealistic parental expectations for cure in poor-prognosis childhood cancer,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed December 1, 2021, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/17385.

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