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Attitudes, perceptions and coping skills of long-term breast cancer survivors
Written in English
|Statement||by Linda F. Baskerville.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 186 leaves|
|Number of Pages||186|
"Breast cancer survivors face potentially significant impacts of cancer and its treatment and deserve high-quality, comprehensive, coordinated clinical follow-up care," said the authors, one of whom was Patricia Ganz, M.D., professor of medicine and public health at UCLA and member of the Professional Advisory Board. For Breast Cancer Awareness Month , women who have been through breast cancer opened up to WH about the parts of the journey that they didn't expect.
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ATTITUDES, PERCEPTIONS AND COPING SKILLS OF LONG-TERM BREAST CANCER SURVIVORS I. INTRODUCTION "It has been said that we know far more about the attributes of cancer cells than about the attributes of the patients who harbour these cells" (Greer, ).
Background of the Study Nearly one million Americans are annually diagnosed with cancer. The questions were chosen to elicit the breast cancer survivors' perceptions, attitudes and coping skills on a variety of aspects of having undergone a mastectomy and survived the disease for a minimum of 5 years.
Data were collected through personal interviews with a randomly selected group of 30 Oregon women who are breast cancer : Linda F. Baskerville. Get this from a library. Attitudes, perceptions and coping skills of long-term breast cancer survivors. [Linda F Baskerville].
Abstract. Graduation date: The purpose of this study was to document, through\ud personal interviews, perceptions, attitudes and coping\ud skills utilized by women who have survived breast cancer\ud treated by mastectomy for at least 5 years without\ud recurrence.\ud A semi-structured interview guide was developed with\ud input from professionals in the field.
The purpose of this study is to gain a greater understanding of cancer survivors’ attitudes, perspectives, and concerns about medical cannabinoids (MCs) for cancer symptom and side effect management.
Using qualitative methods, we conducted four focus groups (n = 19) with cancer survivors recruited from a community-based cancer wellness : David Victorson, Megan McMahon, Bruriah Horowitz, Sydney Glickson, Brandy Parker, Leslie Mendoza-Tem.
COPING, LIFE ATTITUDES, AND IMMUNE RESPONSES TO IMAGERY AND GROUP SUPPORT AFTER BREAST CANCER TREATMENT Mary Ann Richardson, DrPH, Janice Post-White, RN, PhD, Elizabeth A Grimm, PhD, Lemuel A Moye.
According to the results of this study, breast cancer affects several aspects of women’s health, but using effective coping strategies result in the promotion of the patients’ quality of life and their psychosocial adaptation to breast by: 1.
HEALER is a total-health approach to wellness that includes treating the mind, body, and spirit of a patient with breast cancer. Our long-term goal is to help patients with breast cancer understand the importance of energy balance By helping patients with breast cancer achieve a healthy weight and healthy biometrics, we can maximize their chances for long-term by: Breast cancer is the most common malignancy among Iranian women and is a significant stressor in women's life that may affect their coping strategies and quality of life.
This study aimed to investigate coping strategies, quality of life and pain of women with breast cancer. Byeong-Woo Park and Sook Yeon Hwang, Depression and Coping in Breast Cancer Patients, Journal of Breast Cancer, /jbc, 12, 3, (), (). Crossref Hee-Jung Kim, Keon-Suk Lee, Ran Lee, Jung-Hye Kwon and Jong-Nam Kim, Posttraumatic Growth and Related Factors in Breast Cancer Survivors, Korean Journal of Health Psychology Cited by: This analysis was designed to evaluate the association between coping strategies and breast cancer survival among Black and White women in a large population-based study.
A total of Black and White US women diagnosed with invasive breast cancer during – and actively followed for survival through were administered a Cited by: Whatever your new normal may be, give yourself time to adapt to the changes.
Take it one day at a time. Coping with Fear of Cancer Recurrence. When cancer treatment is over, patients are often faced with mixed emotions. While there is happiness and relief that come with the end of treatment, survivors may also feel fear and anxiety. The goals of this study were to better understand (1) perceptions of provider cancer recurrence risk communication, (2) perceived risk of breast cancer recurrence in cancer patients and survivors.
Breast cancer survivors continue to have an increased risk for long-term psychological distress due to a lifetime risk of post-treatment related sequela (e.g., lymphedema and recurrence of breast cancer).Cited by: 8. Coping with Breast Cancer: Reflections from Chinese- Korean- and Mexican-American Breast Cancer Survivors Despite advances in early detection, diagnosis, and treatment, cancer remains a public health challenge in the United States (US).Cited by: “I believe there is a lot evidence suggesting that pre-cancer personality traits, coping skills, and resiliency affect an individual’s perception of side effects, quality of life, and even.
Read breast cancer stories by members of our community to find inspiration, resources, and hope. Eileen: Coping with Chemo.
Cancer patients often hear the words: "You're so brave. I could never go through that." Welcome to our collection of breast cancer survivor stories. These are inspiring and often personal stories about how ordinary.
A new study shows that many patients diagnosed with a new cancer have had one or more cancers in the past, which has potential implications for long-term surveillance and clinical trial enrollment. Survivors of Breast Cancer Differ on Who Should Manage Follow-Up Care.
Introduction. Breast cancer is the most prevalent malignancy among women in the industrialized world. One out of every nine women will ultimately be diagnosed with breast cancer in the USA before the age of 85, while this figure is 1 in 11 in prevalence of breast cancer rises markedly with age from 3–4% at age 50–69 to 6% of women older than Cited by: Read breast cancer stories from survivors who have been there and back again.
Get inspired from survivors and supporters just like you. Home. For breast health or breast cancer information, please call the Breast Care Helpline: GO KOMEN ( ). Cancer survivors hold multiple opinions about medical cannabinoids, which can assure their voices are represented in their own care.
Abstract The purpose of this study is to gain a greater understanding of cancer survivors’ attitudes, perspectives, and concerns about medical cannabinoids (MCs) for cancer symptom and side effect : David Victorson, Megan McMahon, Bruriah Horowitz, Sydney Glickson, Brandy Parker, Leslie Mendoza-Tem.Attributions of cause and recurrence in long-term breast cancer survivors Article in Psycho-Oncology 10(2) March with 60 Reads How we measure 'reads'.et al i i Journal of Cancer Research and Therapeutics - Volume 13 - Issue 2 - April-June for optimizing performance and reporting.
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