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    Can a web-based psychological intervention for women with advanced breast cancer improve well-being and reduce health care use? A randomised controlled trial

    Dr Lisa Beatty

    Advanced, or incurable, breast cancer, causes distress, impairs quality of life (QOL), and has a high health-system burden, yet few studies have examined interventions to address this. Our research group developed an online psychological program for people with curable cancer that reduced health-care utilisation and improved QOL. The proposed study will trial an online program for women with advanced breast cancer, to improve well-being (distress and QOL), and reduce health-care utilisation.



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