Associations between self-reported post-diagnosis physical activity changes, body weight changes, and psychosocial well-being in breast cancer survivors

@article{Phillips2014AssociationsBS,
  title={Associations between self-reported post-diagnosis physical activity changes, body weight changes, and psychosocial well-being in breast cancer survivors},
  author={Siobhan M. Phillips and Edward McAuley},
  journal={Supportive Care in Cancer},
  year={2014},
  volume={23},
  pages={159-167}
}
Decreased physical activity and weight gain post-breast cancer diagnosis are associated with negative psychosocial, health, and disease outcomes, but little is known about how these factors interact. The purpose of the present study was to conduct a preliminary examination of the association between post-diagnosis physical activity changes, weight changes, and psychosocial well-being in breast cancer survivors. We examined the association between retrospectively collected, self-reported post… CONTINUE READING
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