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  • Distress Management NCCN Guideline

    If you experience cancer-related stress, worry, even paranoia, you have lots of company. Stress, or the more politicall correct "distress", shows up in many ways, at many levels, and has a huge variety of affects and treatments. Unfortunately, few doctor specialists are very good at managing their patients' stress as well as they treat the physical aspects.

    I came across this guideline while browsing the NCCN website, the same site that carries the TC guidelines. First-time users to the site may need to register or click a user agreement. But the info is valuable and free. Here is the Distress Management guideline:
    http://www.nccn.org/professionals/ph...F/distress.pdf
    "Statistics are human beings with the tears wiped off" - Paul Brodeur
    Diagnosis: 05Sept07 Right I/O: 13Sept07; Pure Seminoma; Surveillance only per NCCN: All Clear August2013 (CT scan, Markers)
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