Julia Hannum Rose, George Kypriotakis, Karen F. Bowman, Douglas Einstadter, Elizabeth E. O'Toole, Rhoderick Mechekano and Neal V. Dawson Patterns of adaptation in patients living long term with advanced cancer Cancer 115
Psychospiritual well being and adaptation were explored in a study of middle-aged and older patients with advanced cancer (N = 142) who survived into their second year after diagnosis and were assessed in interviews across 4 time points. Three distinct group trajectories of psychospiritual well being were identified: low-worsening, moderate-improving, and high-stable. Age and education were correlated with group membership.
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