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-Losing your marble(s): A cross-sectional study of psychosocial outcomes in Australian testicular cancer survivors-
-Improving subjective perception of personal cancer risk: systematic review and meta-analysis of educational interventions for people with cancer or at high risk of cancer-
-The Quality of Life Questionnaire Core 30 (QLQ-C30) and Functional Assessment of Cancer - General (FACT-G) differ in responsiveness, relative efficiency, and therefore required sample size-
-Assessing the invariance of a culturally competent multilingual unmet needs survey for immigrant and Australian-born cancer patients: a Rasch analysis-
-Treatment decision making experiences of migrant cancer patients and their families in Australia-
-Changes in the distribution of response rates across the CS-US interval: Evidence that responding switches between two distinct states.-
-Early contact with palliative care services: A randomised trial in patients with newly detected incurable metastatic cancer-
-Supporting data: Validation of a Bayesian adaptive estimation technique in the stop-signal task-
-Can consultation skills training change doctors' behaviour to increase involvement of patients in making decisions about standard treatment and clinical trials: a randomized controlled trial.-
-Conquer Fear: The development and pilot testing of a novel psychological treatment for fear of cancer recurrence-
-Development of the measure of ovarian symptoms and treatment concerns: aiming for optimal measurement of patient-reported symptom benefit with chemotherapy for symptomatic ovarian cancer-
-Fear of cancer recurrence: an overview and Australian perspecive-
-Health literacy in relation to cancer: Addressing the silence about and absence of cancer discussion among Aboriginal people, communities and health services-
-What is this active surveillance thing? Men's and partners' reactions to treatment decision making for prostate cancer when active surveillance is the recommended treatment option-
-I can't do this, it's too much: Building social inclusion in cancer diagnosis and treatment experiences of Aboriginal people, their carers and health workers-
-Psychosocial wellbeing and supportive care needs of cancer patients living in urban and rural/regional areas: A systematic review-
-Toward structured peer support interventions in oncology: A qualitative insight into the experiences of gynaecological cancer survivors providing peer support-
-Psychological care for people at high risk of melanoma: Development and pilot testing of a psycho-educational intervention-
-A comparison of the FACT-G and the Supportive Care Needs Survey (SCNS) in women with ovarian cancer: unidimensionality of constructs-
-The prevalence and correlates of supportive care needs in testicular cancer survivors: A Cross- Sectional Study-