Reply to: Letter on “Objective and subjective financial burden and health-related quality of life among lung cancer patients” by Joohyun Park
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Shanghai Municipal Health Bureau Foundation (201740116); School of Medicine of Shanghai Jiao Tong University Core Education Project (ZD150603)
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