Systematic Reviews Related to Work Related Symptoms, Support and Cost Effectiveness
Current systematic reviews on prostate cancer survivorship cover a range of topics. The most important findings are as follows physical limitations, medical problems and erectile dysfunction . This highlighted a need to improve long term patient outcomes. A more recent review emphasised patient self-efficacy in healthcare during this time . This is central to handling erectile dysfunction, acute and chronic co-morbidity and side effects of therapy.
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