Resilience is identified as a key component in patients coping with breast cancer. Enhanced quality of life attends increased resilience in all reviewed studies.
- A number of studies suggest that resilience may be a key component in patients coping with breast cancer. The data is inconclusive if whether enhanced resilience broadly defined will prolong life in cases of metastatic cancer, although the resilience protocols in these studies are unclear. Enhanced quality of life however seems to attend increased resilience in all reviewed studies.
- Resilience and its Importance During Breast Cancer
- Effect of a mentor-based, supportive-expressive program, Be Resilient to Breast Cancer
- Introduction: Resilience of cancer survivors across the lifespan
- Measuring Resilience in Adult Women Using the 10-Items Connor-Davidson Resilience Scale (CD-RISC). Role of Trauma Exposure and Anxiety Disorders