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A randomised, multicentre clinical trial of specialised palliative care plus standard treatment versus standard treatment alone for cancer patients with palliative care needs: the Danish palliative care trial (DanPaCT) protocol

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Johnsen, Anna Thit ; Damkier, Anette ; Vejlgaard, Tove Bahn ; Lindschou, Jane ; Sjøgren, Per ; Gluud, Christian ; Neergaard, Mette Asbjoern ; Petersen, Morten Aa ; Lundorff, Lena Elisabeth ; Pedersen, Lise ; Fayers, Peter ; Strömgren, A ; Higginson, Irene J ; Groenvold, Mogens. / A randomised, multicentre clinical trial of specialised palliative care plus standard treatment versus standard treatment alone for cancer patients with palliative care needs : the Danish palliative care trial (DanPaCT) protocol. In: B M C Palliative Care. 2013 ; Vol. 12, No. 1. pp. 37.

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title = "A randomised, multicentre clinical trial of specialised palliative care plus standard treatment versus standard treatment alone for cancer patients with palliative care needs: the Danish palliative care trial (DanPaCT) protocol",
abstract = "Advanced cancer patients experience considerable symptoms, problems, and needs. Early referral of these patients to specialised palliative care (SPC) could improve their symptoms and problems.The Danish Palliative Care Trial (DanPaCT) investigates whether patients with metastatic cancer, who report palliative needs in a screening, will benefit from being referred to 'early SPC'.",
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T2 - the Danish palliative care trial (DanPaCT) protocol

AU - Johnsen, Anna Thit

AU - Damkier, Anette

AU - Vejlgaard, Tove Bahn

AU - Lindschou, Jane

AU - Sjøgren, Per

AU - Gluud, Christian

AU - Neergaard, Mette Asbjoern

AU - Petersen, Morten Aa

AU - Lundorff, Lena Elisabeth

AU - Pedersen, Lise

AU - Fayers, Peter

AU - Strömgren, A

AU - Higginson, Irene J

AU - Groenvold, Mogens

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AB - Advanced cancer patients experience considerable symptoms, problems, and needs. Early referral of these patients to specialised palliative care (SPC) could improve their symptoms and problems.The Danish Palliative Care Trial (DanPaCT) investigates whether patients with metastatic cancer, who report palliative needs in a screening, will benefit from being referred to 'early SPC'.

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DO - 10.1186/1472-684X-12-37

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