Most Chemotherapy Patients Overestimate The Average Life Extension of Chemotherapy

Executive Summary

  • The vast majority of cancer patients accept chemotherapy even though their expected life extension from chemotherapy is lower than what they say they need to accept chemotherapy.

Introduction

How much life extension do cancer patients require to agree to chemotherapy? It turns out there was been a study into this topic. However, there is also a major problem: the expected life exertion from chemotherapy does not meet the minimum threshold of live extension to agree to chemotherapy.

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