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Group length often has to be experimented with and tailored to each agency and its population. Many agencies simply offer one large long-term group for all patients and signiﬁcant others. This approach avoids many selection, time, and member availability issues since the group meets on a regular basis for all who care to attend. However, it also limits the potential that smaller, more carefully planned groups may offer. A case illustrating one of the problems of a large group open to all is as follows: During the weekly meeting of a large support group offered for cancer patients, friends, and families by a metropolitan radiation treatment center, several newly diagnosed persons attended for the ﬁrst time.
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