Stigma, isolation and medical complexity may keep patients from getting all the care they need; recommendations aim to change that
April 8, 2016
| By Diane Mapes and Sabrina Richards / Fred Hutch News Service
Head-and-neck cancer survivors can have enormous aftereffects from the disease and its treatment. New survivorship guidelines just released by the American Cancer Society should help them get the support they need.
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