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Medical Physics Communication of Cancer Patient Care

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Medical Physics Direct Patient Care for the Improvement of Patient Understanding of Care

This phase II trial studies how well medical physics direct patient care works in improving patients' understanding of their cancer treatment. Providing direct physicist-patient interactions and answering patients' questions about their cancer treatment may help patients to understand the care and therefore reduce anxiety and distress during treatment.

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Informational Intervention

Receive printed materials

Counseling

Receive direct physicist interactions to describe the technical aspects of the treatment

Questionnaire Administration

Ancillary studies

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Medical Physics Direct Patient Care Initiative - Communication Intervention Study Protocol

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NCT04266522

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bo2DAa