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Title: Resilience, social support, and anxious preoccupation in patients with advanced cancer during COVID-19 pandemic
Author: Velasco-Durántez, Verónica
Jiménez Fonseca, Paula
Martín-Abreu, Carla
Ghanem, Ismael
González Moya, Manuel
Asensio Martínez, Elena
Corral, María-José
Rodríguez-González, Adán
Gil-Raga, Mireia
Carmona Bayonas, Alberto
Calderón Garrido, Caterina
Keywords: Malalts de càncer
Resiliència (Tret de la personalitat)
Cancer patients
Resilience (Personality trait)
Issue Date: 3-May-2022
Publisher: Informa Healthcare
Abstract: This study examines the mediating role of social support between anxious preoccupation and resilience in patients with cancer during COVID-19. NEOetic_SEOM is a prospective, multicenter study involving individuals with advanced, unresectable cancer who completed the following scales: Resilience (BCRS), Social Support (Duke-UNC-11), and anxious preoccupation subscale of the Mini-Mental Adjustment to Cancer (M-MAC) before starting antineoplastic treatment. Between March 2020 and July 2021, 507 patients (55% male; mean age, 65) were recruited. No differences in resilience were observed based on sociodemographic or clinical characteristics. Social support in people with advanced, unresectable cancer promotes both decreased anxious preoccupation and greater resilience.
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It is part of: Cancer Investigation, 2022, vol. 40, num. 6, p. 475-482
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ISSN: 0735-7907
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