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 Does training increase the use of more emotionally laden words by nurses when talking with cancer patients? A randomised study. 
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Publication:British Journal of Cancer Nursing 87: 1–7.
Authors:  Razavi D, N Delvaux, S Marchal, J Durieux, C Farvacques, L Dubus and R Hogenraad.  
Date:    2002. 
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Razavi D, N Delvaux, S Marchal, J Durieux, C Farvacques, L Dubus and R Hogenraad. 2002. Does training increase the use of more emotionally laden words by nurses when talking with cancer patients? A randomised study. British Journal of Cancer Nursing 87: 1–7.
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