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Jan-2008Quality of life and survival in the 2 years after surgery for non-small-cell lung cancerKenny, PM; King, MT; Viney, RC; Boyer, M; Pollicino, C; McLean, J; Fulham, MJ; McCaughan, BC
Jan-2008Quality of life and survival in the 2 years after surgery for non-small cell lung cancerKenny, PM; King, MT; Viney, RC; Boyer, M; Pollicino, C; McLean, J; Fulham, MJ; McCaughn, B
Jan-2000A Clinical Model For Quality Of Life Assessment In Cancer Patients Receiving ChemotherapyKlee, M; King, MT; Machin, D; Hansen, HH
Jan-2005Health status rated with the medical outcomes study 36-item short-form health survey after spinal cord injuryHaran, MJ; Lee, BB; King, MT; Marial, O; Stockler, MR
Jan-2009The SF-36 walk-wheel: A simple modification of the SF-36 physical domain improves its responsiveness for measuring health status change in spinal cord injuryLee, BB; Simpson, JM; King, MT; Haran, MJ; Marial, O
Jan-2007Age, health and education determine supportive care needs of men younger than 70 years with prostate cancerSmith, D; Supramaniam, R; King, MT; Ward, J; Berry, M; Armstrong, B
Jan-2008Quality, interpretation and presentation of European Organisation for Research and Treatment of Cancer quality of life questionnaire core 30 data in randomised controlled trialsCocks, K; King, MT; Velikova, G; Fayers, P; Brown, J
Jan-2008Validity, responsiveness and minimal important difference for the SF-6D health utliity scale in a spinal cord injured populationLee, BB; King, MT; Simpson, JM; Haran, MJ; Stockler, MR; Marial, O; Salkeld, G
Jan-2009Validation and calibration of the SF-36 health transition question against an external criterion of clinical change in health statusKnox, SA; King, MT
Jan-2010Meta-analysis provides evidence-based effect sizes for a cancer-specific quality-of-life questionnaire, the FACT-GKing, MT; Stockler, MR; Cella, D; Osoba, D; Eton, D; Thompson, J; Eisenstein, A
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