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COVID-19-Related Misinformation among Parents of Patients with Pediatric Cancer


GUIDRY Jeanine P.D. MILLER Carrie A. KŠIŇAN Albert ROHAN Jennifer M. WINTER Marcia A. CARLYLE Kellie E. FUEMMELER Bernard F.

Year of publication 2021
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Emerging Infectious Diseases
Description We conducted a survey among 735 parents to determine differences in endorsement of misinformation related to the coronavirus disease pandemic between parents of children in cancer treatment and those with children who had no cancer history. Parents of children with cancer were more likely to believe misinformation than parents of children without cancer.

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