Dominican University of California
 

Presentation or Panel Title

Psychological Distress in Cancer Patients: Examining the Causes, Factors and Possible Treatments

Location

Guzman 113, Dominican University of California

Start Date

4-20-2017 5:20 PM

End Date

4-20-2017 5:35 PM

Department

Health Sciences

Student Type

Undergraduate

Faculty Mentor

Brett Bayles, MPH, Ph.D.

Presentation Format

Oral Presentation

Abstract/Description

Due to the biomedical and molecular complications of cancer, the psychology of cancer patients is rarely talked about, although psychological factors can alter a patient’s experience when dealing with cancer. This project focuses on the prevalence of psychological stress in cancer patients and how it varies according to cancer stage and cancer treatment. In addition, this project examines the types of treatments and coping methods referred to cancer patients dealing with psychological stress.

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Due to the biomedical and molecular complications of cancer, the psychology of cancer patients is rarely talked about, although psychological factors can alter a patient’s experience when dealing with cancer. This project focuses on the prevalence of psychological stress in cancer patients and how it varies according to cancer stage and cancer treatment. In addition, this project examines the types of treatments and coping methods referred to cancer patients dealing with psychological stress.

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Psychological Distress in Cancer Patients: Examining the Causes, Factors and Possible Treatments

Guzman 113, Dominican University of California

Due to the biomedical and molecular complications of cancer, the psychology of cancer patients is rarely talked about, although psychological factors can alter a patient’s experience when dealing with cancer. This project focuses on the prevalence of psychological stress in cancer patients and how it varies according to cancer stage and cancer treatment. In addition, this project examines the types of treatments and coping methods referred to cancer patients dealing with psychological stress.