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Resilience Quality of Life: Exploring The Role of Bio-Psychosocial Support In Breast Cancer Survivors with Cancer Related Fatigue


In the last 20 years, the body of knowledge regarding the benefits of psychosocial interventions for cancer survivors has grown substantially. Psychosocial interventions include activities such as support interventions (either individually or in groups), education, stress management, coping strategy training, and behavioral interventions designed to assist survivors with managing their CRF. Psychosocial interventions may be particularly useful for cancer survivors whose exercise is contraindicated, or as an adjunct to exercise programs. As with exercise interventions, a growing body of empirical data supports the use of psychosocial interventions for the management of CRF. Randomized, controlled clinical trials have examined a variety of psychosocial interventions in cancer survivors during and after treatment.