Impact of Psychosocial Factors on Patients’ Adjustment: A Pilot Study about Recurrence of Cancer
Background: The necessity to avoid cancer prompted us to propose three novel cancer courses as disease categories.
Our research aims to look into the effects of numerous factors on cancer recurrence adaption, as well as to examine quality of life, anxiety, depression, and disease progression during a three-month period.
During this longitudinal and prospective study, we met 32 participants after reporting the return of their cancer, and we saw 21 of them again three months later.
We had to fill out multiple questionnaires about various variables over the course of the study’s two phases.
The majority of the participants did not have a new cancer recurrence, and the application of a fighting plan is indicative of them, according to our key findings. Using linear regressions and average comparisons, we were able to find several relationships between different disease categories.
Conclusion: For cancer patients who have experienced a recurrence, supportive therapy and stress management programmes would be beneficial.
Author (S) Details
Yenkamala Mina Ananda
Department of Research, Ayurvedic Institute of Guadeloupe, Capesterre-Belle-Eau, 97130 Guadeloupe, French West Indies.
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