Use of coping strategies and breast cancer survival: results from the Black/White Cancer Survival Study.

@article{Reynolds2000UseOC,
  title={Use of coping strategies and breast cancer survival: results from the Black/White Cancer Survival Study.},
  author={P Reynolds and Sarah Hurley and Margaret Torres and Jeshaun Jackson and Phil Boyd and Vivien W. Chen},
  journal={American journal of epidemiology},
  year={2000},
  volume={152 10},
  pages={940-9}
}
This analysis was designed to evaluate the association between coping strategies and breast cancer survival among Black and White women in a large population-based study. A total of 442 Black and 405 White US women diagnosed with invasive breast cancer during 1985-1986 and actively followed for survival through 1994 were administered a modified Folkman and Lazarus Ways of Coping questionnaire. Coping strategies were characterized via factor analyses of the responses. Hazard ratios associated… CONTINUE READING