2 edition of Coping and vulnerability in cancer patients found in the catalog.
Coping and vulnerability in cancer patients
Avery D. Weisman
by Project Omega, Dept. of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston
Written in English
Includes a bibliography.
|Statement||Avery D. Weisman and J. William Worden.|
|Contributions||Worden, J. William 1932- joint author., Project Omega.|
|LC Classifications||RC262 .W43|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||46,  leaves :|
|Number of Pages||65|
|LC Control Number||77368624|
The better a patient can cope with the cancer, the more likely that he or she can enjoy a better quality of life. In order to deal with cancer, individuals engage in behaviors to directly address the disease; for . Anxiety and distress can affect the quality of life of patients with cancer and their families. Patients living with cancer can feel different levels of distress. There are certain risk factors for serious distress in people with cancer. Screening is done to find out if the patient needs help adjusting to cancer.
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Listen to the Podcast: Managing Stress, adapted from this content.A disease such as cancer is often one of the most stressful experiences of a person's life. Coping with cancer can be more challenging with added stress from work, family, or financial concerns. Everyday stress can also make coping with a cancer . 12 Between 10% and 50% of cancer patients have been found to have depression, depending on the stage of disease and the methods used to assess depression. 13 Most studies report the prevalence of major depression in cancer patients .
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False negatives are patients who cope weIl during the time of initial diagnosis and treatment, when support may be ample and treatment effective. Then, unexpectedly, problems snowball.
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Coping with Cancer. we aimed to investigate the relationship between coping styles and QOL in cancer patients.
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1 Even in the 21st century, “cancer” is viewed as a four letter word often referred to as the “C” word; it can stir up thoughts of death. Cancer Cited by: 7. Coping with Cancer Coping refers to how we deal with problems or difficulties. Here you will find articles written to help your emotional well-being including how to deal with frustration and anger, understand the reasons why cancer.
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