Patients undergoing donor (allogeneic) versus autologous bone marrow transplant (BMT) have different premorbid hematologic malignancy diagnoses, so distress may differ between cohorts. Pre-transplant cancer treatment can be debilitating, and distress has been studied in patients post-transplant but not prior to transplantation. This study sought to understand physical and psychosocial distress in patients prior to BMT, a procedure that can lead to significant functional impairment.
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