Relationships and stress

United States, 1980

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Episode of Series “Coping with Serious Illness”.
One part of a series of six programs which looks at the major problems faced by Joan Robinson, who is dying of cancer. This episode shows ways of handling the changing relationships with family, friends and medical personnel. Experts talk to the viewer about how serious illness can materially change relationships and how people can cope with the emotions and strains that inevitably follow diagnosis of a serious illness. Narrated by Meryl Streep.

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David A. Tapper

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Time-Life Video & Television

Tapper Productions



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Coping with Serious Illness

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Coping with Serious Illness


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