Predictors of financial difficulties and work modifications among cancer survivors in the United States

@article{Whitney2015PredictorsOF,
  title={Predictors of financial difficulties and work modifications among cancer survivors in the United States},
  author={Robin L Whitney and Janice F. Bell and Sarah C. Reed and Rebecca Salisbury Lash and Richard Bold and Katherine K. Kim and Andra Davis and David J Copenhaver and Jill G. Joseph},
  journal={Journal of Cancer Survivorship},
  year={2015},
  volume={10},
  pages={241-250}
}
PurposeThe aim of this study is to examine predictors of cancer-related financial difficulties and work modifications in a national sample of cancer survivors.MethodsUsing the 2011 Medical Expenditure Panel Survey and Experiences with Cancer Survivorship Supplement, the prevalence of financial difficulties and work modifications was examined. Logistic regression and survey weights were used to model these outcomes as functions of sociodemographic and health covariates separately among survivors… CONTINUE READING

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