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Title: Impact of social support on lives of Chinese women with breast cancer: Commentary on key issues.
Authors: Banning, M
Keywords: Social support;Breast cancer;Women
Issue Date: 2015
Citation: Indian Journal of applied Reserch, 11, (5): pp. 86 - 87, (2015)
Abstract: Breast cancer is the most common illness in women. The incidence of breast cancer grows each year . The impact of breast cancer on women can be huge in terms of fear of diagnosis and radical treatment, and issues such as relations with spouse , , potential change in perception of body image and relations with spouse, and family, such as feeling unsupported and alone. In Chinese families reaction to diagnosis can be negative . such reactions can leave women feeling supported with few social networks available to them. Women with breast cancer need social support networks that provide guidance , emotional support and the comfort of other women. Social support can also be educational that focuses on the wellbeing of women.
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ISSN: 2249-555X
Appears in Collections:Dept of Clinical Sciences Research Papers

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