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2017-03-10

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Melinda Látos , Zita Sándor , Pálma Kriston , Rózsa Havancsák , Zoltán Horváth , Attila Paszt , Zsolt Simonka , György Lázár , Márta Csabai

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Objective: The highly stressful nature of the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer and the painful surgical procedures lead to a series of psychological problems among patients. Our primary aim was to examine the effect of pre- and postoperative psychological characteristics on postoperative pain, quality of life, and survival among women with breast cancer. Our secondary aim was to determine whether physical activity and positive emotions would decrease the size of the tumor among women with breast cancer. Methods: The study involved 90 breast cancer patients from the surgery clinic at the University of Szeged, Hungary. We tested patients with a combination of five instruments, before and after surgery: Spielberger’s State and Trait Anxiety Scale, Beck’s Depression Scale, Functional Assessment of Cancer Therapy—Breast Cancer Scale (FACT-B), Perceived Stress Scale (PSS-10), and Visual Analog Pain Scale (VAS). Futhermore, we assessed the physical activity of patients. Results: Anxiety disorders were present in 52% of women, 35% of the patients suffered from depression. Patients with higher perceived stress and anxiety had higher postoperative pain after surgery, which were associated with lower emotional, functional, and physical well-being and social support. Patients with lower physical activity had higher anxiety, depression, and perceived stress levels. Physical activity has been strongly linked to improved quality of life and decreased tumor size. Discussion: It seems that physical inactivity might reduce the chance for survival in women with breast cancer. Futhermore, the rates of psychosocial distress are very high. Our data present a challenge to clinical services to provide a comprehensive range of support services to reduce distress. More... »

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