Livelihood vs. life: the occupational well-being of women musician survivors of breast cancer.

@article{Schmalenberger2012LivelihoodVL,
  title={Livelihood vs. life: the occupational well-being of women musician survivors of breast cancer.},
  author={Sarah Schmalenberger and Charles E. Gessert and Jean E Giebenhain and Lisa D Starr},
  journal={Medical problems of performing artists},
  year={2012},
  volume={27 1},
  pages={15-20}
}
The Life and Livelihood Study was designed to describe and understand the experience of women musicians treated for breast cancer. This report focuses on Phase I of the study, a web-based survey that examined subjects' physical symptoms and side effects following breast cancer treatment. Subjects were recruited nationally, using advertisements in musicians' publications and presentations at national meetings. Subjects were asked about specific side effects or symptoms they had experienced… CONTINUE READING

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