Stress Management May Have Long-Term Benefits For Cancer Survivors

Going through a breast cancer diagnosis and the resulting treatment can be one of the most stressful events that a woman ever has to face. Learning to cope with that stress can carry benefits not only in the early stages of recovery but also years down the road, according to new research.

A University of Miami longitudinal study, which was published online this month in the journal CANCER, showed stress management interventions may reduce depressive symptoms and improve the quality of life for breast cancer survivors for up to 15 years.

Read the article here.

Waxler – Morrison conducted  similar research in the 90’s read that evidence here


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