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Raque-Bogdan TL, Hoffman MA, Ginter AC, Piontkowski S, Schexnayder K, White R. - March 2015
The Journal of Counseling Psychology released the findings of a study exploring the work lives and career development of young breast cancer survivors. The study found that young breast cancer survivors view their experience as contributing to an increased desire for work to provide meaning, financial security and insurance. Other findings include viewing cancer as a contributing factor in lost control over career choices and success and treatment side effects interfering with work.
For the full study, click here.
Original source: www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov