A randomized study evaluated the effectiveness of individual meaning-centered psychotherapy on psychological outcomes and spiritual well-being for patients with advanced cancer, compared with enhanced usual care or supportive psychotherapy.
[Lung Cancer: Targets and Therapy] This research reviews the current literature on psychosocial interventions in lung cancer, and discusses .
Some patients undergoing radiation therapy may experience traumatic symptoms if they had a prior experience that triggered their "fight, flight, or freeze" response. Somatic experiencing may help these patients manage their symptoms during their radiation treatments.
Participants with high risk of depression reported lower mood disturbance, anxiety, depression following intervention.
Called CALM, the psychological intervention tries to help patients live with their disease rather than just prepare them for the end of life.
For patients with chronic myeloid leukemia treated with lifelong targeted therapies, social support is crucial for maintaining psychological well-being.
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