Nursing Intervention Lowers Fear of Bladder Cancer Recurrence
Patients with bladder cancer who received a new type of intervention during treatment showed a significantly reduced fear of cancer recurrence (FCR) and reported improvements in their quality of life, anxiety, and depression symptoms, according to a recent study published in Frontiers in Oncology. Researchers in China implemented the gratitude extension-construction theory in patients who were hospitalized from December 2021-June 2023 with stage III or IV bladder cancer. Most of the patients were men (n=82). ...
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