Psychosocial morbidity in 303 women with early stage breast cancer

David W Kissane, Jillian Ikin, David M Clarke, Sidney Bloch

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Original languageEnglish
PagesA76 - A76
Number of pages0
Publication statusPublished - 1998
EventPsychiatry at the Interface - Melbourne Vic, Carlton Vic Australia
Duration: 24 May 199828 May 1998

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ConferencePsychiatry at the Interface
CityCarlton Vic Australia
Period24/05/9828/05/98

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Kissane, D. W., Ikin, J., Clarke, D. M., & Bloch, S. (1998). Psychosocial morbidity in 303 women with early stage breast cancer. A76 - A76. Abstract from Psychiatry at the Interface, Carlton Vic Australia, .
Kissane, David W ; Ikin, Jillian ; Clarke, David M ; Bloch, Sidney. / Psychosocial morbidity in 303 women with early stage breast cancer. Abstract from Psychiatry at the Interface, Carlton Vic Australia, .
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Kissane, DW, Ikin, J, Clarke, DM & Bloch, S 1998, 'Psychosocial morbidity in 303 women with early stage breast cancer' Psychiatry at the Interface, Carlton Vic Australia, 24/05/98 - 28/05/98, pp. A76 - A76.

Psychosocial morbidity in 303 women with early stage breast cancer. / Kissane, David W; Ikin, Jillian; Clarke, David M; Bloch, Sidney.

1998. A76 - A76 Abstract from Psychiatry at the Interface, Carlton Vic Australia, .

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Kissane DW, Ikin J, Clarke DM, Bloch S. Psychosocial morbidity in 303 women with early stage breast cancer. 1998. Abstract from Psychiatry at the Interface, Carlton Vic Australia, .