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How stress management improves quality of life after treatment for breast cancer.
This intervention had beneficial effects on diverse aspects of quality of life after treatment for breast cancer, which appear linked to a specific stress management skill taught in the intervention. Expand
Reduction of cancer-specific thought intrusions and anxiety symptoms with a stress management intervention among women undergoing treatment for breast cancer.
Structured, group-based cognitive behavior stress management may ameliorate cancer-related anxiety during active medical treatment for breast cancer and for 1 year following treatment. Expand
Perceived partner reactions to diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer: impact on psychosocial and psychosexual adjustment.
The pattern suggests that women's impressions of their partners' emotional involvement after surgery for breast cancer forecast their adjustment in sexual, marital, and emotional arenas over the following year. Expand
Coping among african-american, hispanic, and non-hispanic white women recently treated for early stage breast cancer
A cross-sectional sample of middle-class African-American, Hispanic, and non-Hispanic White women who had been treated for early stage breast cancer in the past year found that venting related more strongly to elevated distress among Hispanic than among non-Hispanics. Expand
Measure of Current Status (MOCS) 2006
Effects of optimism, interpersonal relationships, and distress on psychosexual well-being among women with early stage breast cancer
This study examined associations between optimism, social support, and distress as they relate to psychosexual well-being among 136 women with Stage 0, I, and II breast cancer. Women were assessedExpand
Pass the Pollen Please
Thick concrete pavement evaluation report