A cross-sectional comparison study of cognitive and emotional well-being in oral cancer patients.

@article{Llewellyn2008ACC,
  title={A cross-sectional comparison study of cognitive and emotional well-being in oral cancer patients.},
  author={Carrie Llewellyn and John A. Weinman and Mark McGurk},
  journal={Oral oncology},
  year={2008},
  volume={44 2},
  pages={124-32}
}
The main aim of this study was to establish whether oral cancer patients were at risk of long-term problems with adaptation, whilst investigating contributory factors using a framework of Subjective Well-Being. Three samples of patients treated for either oral cancer (n=115); throat cancer (n=47), or benign conditions of the salivary gland (n=33) were recruited into a cross-sectional, postal questionnaire study. A gender and age matched healthy normative sample (n=115) was recruited for… CONTINUE READING