Decreased health related quality of life among hispanic breast cancer survivors

@article{Nahleh2016DecreasedHR,
  title={Decreased health related quality of life among hispanic breast cancer survivors},
  author={Z. Nahleh and A. Dwivedi and Tony Khang and A. Sattar and A. Tfayli and S. Farrag},
  journal={Women's Health},
  year={2016},
  volume={2},
  pages={1-6}
}
  • Z. Nahleh, A. Dwivedi, +3 authors S. Farrag
  • Published 2016
  • Medicine
  • Women's Health
  • Introduction: The breast cancer survivors’ population is growing due to the increased rate of early diagnosis and appropriate management. Hispanics (Latinos) constitute a rapidly growing population. Hispanic cancer survivors are often left without appropriate follow up care after completion of therapy, partly because of the lack of financial support and resources, and limited awareness of possible subsequent physical and mental health problems among those survivors. We sought to evaluate the… CONTINUE READING
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