Randomized-controlled trial of mindfulness-based cancer recovery versus supportive expressive group therapy among distressed breast cancer survivors (MINDSET): long-term follow-up results.

@article{Carlson2016RandomizedcontrolledTO,
  title={Randomized-controlled trial of mindfulness-based cancer recovery versus supportive expressive group therapy among distressed breast cancer survivors (MINDSET): long-term follow-up results.},
  author={Linda E Carlson and Rie Tamagawa and Joanne E. Stephen and Elaine Drysdale and Lihong Zhong and Michael Speca},
  journal={Psycho-oncology},
  year={2016},
  volume={25 7},
  pages={750-9}
}
BACKGROUND Mindfulness-based cancer recovery (MBCR) and supportive expressive group therapy (SET) are two well-validated psychosocial interventions, but they have not been directly compared, and little is known about long-term outcomes. This comparative effectiveness study measured the effects of these two interventions immediately following the groups and for 1 year thereafter in distressed breast cancer survivors. METHODS Two hundred fifty-two distressed Stage I-III breast cancer survivors… CONTINUE READING