PSYCHOLOGICAL COSTS OF BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTATION IN CHILDREN

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Abstract

The emotional strain of bone marrow transplantation procedures on child patients, family members, and hospital personnel is described, and an illustrative case history is offered. Reasons for the unusually close relationship between family and staff are considered, and the necessity of appropriate psychological support for patients, siblings, parents, and members of the medical team is delineated.

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