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A Comparison of Efficacy of Two Training Techniques of Self-management and Relaxation on the Aspects of Quality of Life in Women with Cancer

@article{Sepasi2014ACO,
  title={A Comparison of Efficacy of Two Training Techniques of Self-management and Relaxation on the Aspects of Quality of Life in Women with Cancer},
  author={Neda Sepasi and Abbas Abu-al-Qasemi and Muhammad Narimani},
  journal={Basic \& Clinical Cancer Research},
  year={2014},
  volume={6},
  pages={18-28}
}
Introduction: The present study aims at comparing two training methods of self-management and relaxation on the aspects of quality of life in women with cancer. Methods: This is a pilot study which has been conducted by expanded pre-test and post-test pattern by control group. Community sample of this study were all women with breast cancer in Ardabil in 1390 (Approximated estimation: N=1000). Samples were 60 women with breast cancer who were randomly selected among cancer patients in Ardabil… 
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