Cancer continues to be the second leading cause of morbidity in the United States. Receiving a cancer diagnosis can elicit several, and sometimes extreme, emotional responses from patients.
Many oncologists report that a patient's first response to a cancer diagnosis is often anger. That anger can be targeted at those closest to the patient, including their family, friends, and physicians.
What are your experiences with the emotional aspects of treating oncology patients?
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Cite this: Coping With a Cancer Patient's Anger - Medscape - Oct 25, 2022.