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Volume 27, Number 2—February 2021
Research Letter

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

Jeanine P.D. GuidryComments to Author , Carrie A. Miller, Albert J. Ksinan, Jennifer M. Rohan, Marcia A. Winter, Kellie E. Carlyle, and Bernard F. Fuemmeler
Author affiliation: Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, USA

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Results from structural model predicting belief in COVID-19 misinformation among parents of children with and without pediatric cancer*

Characteristic B SE p value β
Male 0.18 0.05 <0.001 0.16
Age −0.01 0.01 <0.001 −0.16
Nonwhite −0.07 0.04 0.169 −0.05
College degree −0.01 0.05 0.725 −0.01
COVID-19 stress 0.06 0.02 0.001 0.12
Parent of patient with pediatric cancer 0.37 0.06 <0.001 0.33

*B, unstandardized beta; COVID-19, coronavirus disease.

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