Evidence-Based Cancer Care and Prevention: Behavioral Interventions

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Springer Publishing Company, 1 mar. 2003 - 448 páginas

The goal of behavioral oncology is to understand and explain the role and impact of behaviors at all phases in the cancer trajectory -- from prevention and detection to diagnosis and early treatment, to survivorship, recurrence, and/or death. Each chapter includes summaries of recent research on cancer-related behavioral interventions, discussions of the studies summarized, and suggestions for future research. The book is a product of collaboration among members of the Behavioral Cooperative Oncology Group of the Mary Margaret Walther Program for Cancer Care Research at the Walther Cancer Institute in Indianapolis, Indiana.

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The State of the Knowledge of Intervention
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Debra HaireJoshu and Marilyn S Nanney
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Ellen R Gritz Damon J Vidrine and Amy B Lazev
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Each chapter includes summaries of recent research on cancer-related behavioral interventions; discussions of the studies summarized; and suggestions for future research. A collaborative effort among members of the Behavioral Cooperative Oncology Group of the Mary Margaret Walther Program for Cancer Care Research at the Walther Cancer Institute.

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