Author(s): Ferrell BR, Grant M, Funk B, OtisGreen S, Garcia N
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Abstract With an increasing number of women surviving breast cancer beyond treatment, the focus of care has shifted from the acute treatment-related side effects to long-term effects associated with changes in quality of life (QOL). Part I of this article described the impact of breast cancer on the domains of physical and social well-being of 21 long-term survivors of breast cancer through qualitative analysis. Part II explores the impact of breast cancer on the domains of psychological and spiritual well-being.
This article was published in Cancer Nurs
and referenced in Journal of Cancer Science & Therapy