Researchers at Virginia Commonwealth University's Massey Cancer Center have developed what VCU officials say is the first and only tool that can accurately measure cancer health literacy.
"This tool has the potential to improve communication and understanding between physicians and patients, which, in turn, could lead to better clinical outcomes," university officials said.
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