Joel Ashworth

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Twenty-one node-negative breast cancer patients were interviewed shortly after completing adjuvant chemotherapy and asked about side effects they had experienced, expectation of side effects, and strategies for coping with the side effects. Eighteen of the women were interviewed 6 months later to determine their feelings about the chemotherapy experience(More)
Dissociation involves a disruption of typically integrated functions including consciousness, information perception, and memory; however, dissociation may not always be of a pathologic nature. Increasingly, studies are identifying relations between inconsistent handedness, mixed hemispheric lateralization, and dissociative symptomatology in both clinical(More)
This study examines whether persons who attended a breast cancer education summit or received written materials (i) exhibited improved knowledge about breast cancer; and (ii) used the information themselves, share it with others, or implemented community education/screening programs. Participants (92 lay persons, 67 health professionals who attended; 44 who(More)
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