Psychoeducation shows no survival benefit in melanoma patients

01/7/2008 | Reuters

Melanoma patients who undergo psychoeducation, which includes psychological support and education, are not more likely to have higher survival rates or an increase in time between treatment and recurrence, according to a new study. The lead researcher pointed out, however, that this type of program can boost the quality of life for cancer patients.

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