Profiles of women with breast cancer: who responds to a telephone interpersonal counseling intervention.

@article{Badger2005ProfilesOW,
  title={Profiles of women with breast cancer: who responds to a telephone interpersonal counseling intervention.},
  author={Terry Badger and Chris Segrin and Paula M. Meek and Ana Mar{\'i}a Morales L{\'o}pez and Elizabeth Bonham},
  journal={Journal of psychosocial oncology},
  year={2005},
  volume={23 2-3},
  pages={
          79-99
        }
}
The purpose of this paper is to discuss the profiles of women with breast cancer for whom a telephone interpersonal counseling intervention (TIP-C) was beneficial for symptom management and quality of life. This analysis was based on 24 participants who completed the telephone counseling intervention and all three measurements over the course of 10-week pilot study. The typical woman with breast cancer was white, in her mid-fifties and married at the time of the study. The majority was Stage II… CONTINUE READING

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