Sophie Rees

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Although much research has examined the experience of breast cancer, the distinctive perspectives and lives of young women have been relatively neglected. Women diagnosed with breast cancer under the age of 45, and who had completed their initial treatment, were interviewed, and social constructionist grounded theory methods were used to analyse the data.(More)
OBJECTIVE Although much has been documented about the experience of breast cancer, the accounts of young women have been relatively neglected, despite that around 20% of the breast cancer diagnoses occur in women under the age of 50. In particular, the voices of young women diagnosed during pregnancy are missing from research. Breast cancer is the most(More)
Records of the initial period of observation and the early history of 59 children with a diagnosis of childhood psychosis during the preschool years were examined for possible predictive variables. The children, now age 10 years or older, were divided into two groups--those that are presently successful and those that are presently unsuccessful, according(More)
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