Financial Hardship in Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology: The Need for Multidimensional and Multilevel Approaches

Salsman JM, Kircher SM.

The cost of cancer care is substantial, steadily increasing, and significantly disruptive for patients and their families. The magnitude and impact of these costs, known as financial hardship or toxicity, comprise material (monetary resources), psychosocial (distress and worry about costs), and behavioral (coping strategies to manage costs) dimensions.

Topic(s): Economic Burden
Health Condition(s): Cancer
Year Published: 2022
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