Adjusting to life after treatment: distress and quality of life following treatment for breast cancer


Clinical and anecdotal findings suggest that the completion of cancer treatment may be marked by heightened distress and disrupted adjustment. The present study examined psychological adjustment during the 3 months following treatment among 89 women with stages 0–III breast cancer. Participants completed measures of depression, cancer-related anxiety… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/sj.bjc.6604091


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