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PROVIDER WEIGHT BIAS: EXPEREINCES OF OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE CANCER SURVIVORS
Declared a disease by the AMA in 2013, obesity claims the lives of over 2.8 million people annually in the U.S. Mounting evidence indicates weight bias is encountered in the interactions with health care professionals; ...
Self reported changes in quality of life, demands of illness, and sexual function in colon cancer survivors
The vast majority of research among colon cancer survivors has been conducted retrospectively, reported in aggregate, from a heterogeneous group of survivors. The purpose of this prospective longitudinal study was to ...
Psychosocial and Quality of Life Experiences of Jordanian Women with Breast Cancer
The psychosocial and health-related quality of life sequelae of breast cancer diagnosis and treatment is well documented in Western cultures. Knowledge gaps in the literature remain about the experiences of women with ...