‘An empirically supported psychological intervention for cancer patients can yield robust profits lasting quality, and those important health benefits. Important health benefits. ‘.. During the follow-up, 62 women were diagnosed with recurrent breast cancer. After recurrence, women who previously received previously received the psychological intervention to die , a 59 % reduction in the risk of breast cancer. According to Andersen, ‘show enduring benefits from the psychological intervention never never before observed or ‘these results, and suggest that the mechanisms of intervention for patients affected risk of breast cancer recurrence and death.
This study is particularly compelling given trends in cancer survival rates and incidence. An important outcome of improved cancer therapies is that patients live longer , to to a higher incidence of patients with recurrent brain metastases, which . In line with this growing population of cancer survivors, effective treatment of multiple brain metastases is increasingly important. Continue reading “During the follow-up.”