Social and emotional aspects of the rehabilitation of cancer patients: Part III - A study of 13 patients, aged 50 to 59 years, with cancer of the cervix
Kaplan, Rita Louise
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This thesis represents one part of a group study conducted jointly by four Boston University social work students. The purpose of this group study is to examine first same of the social and emotional factors that affect the rehabilitation of cancer patients, and second, the role of social service in this rehabilitation. The study is based on the cases comprising the Harvard Medical School project.
Thesis (M.S.)--Boston University, 1956
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