Patient survey shows gaps in colorectal cancer care

02/10/2014 | PhysiciansBriefing.com

Survey data from more than 1,100 newly diagnosed patients treated at Veterans Health Administration medical centers in the U.S. showed gaps in the quality of colorectal cancer care, Mayo Clinic researchers reported. Researchers said the patients indicated concerns with supportive care, beginning with symptom assessment, and data showed that coordination of care quality was predictive of receiving help that was wanted for all symptoms.

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