Changes in Cancer-Related Risk Perception and Smoking Across Time in Newly-Diagnosed Cancer Patients


We examine the bidirectional relationships between cancer risk perceptions and smoking behavior among newly diagnosed cancer patients (N=188) during hospitalization for surgical resection, and at three and 12 months subsequently. Those with higher perceptions of risk for developing another cancer at three months were most likely to abstain from smoking by… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10865-007-9094-7


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