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Mindfulness for the self-management of fatigue, anxiety, and depression in women with metastatic breast cancer: a mixed methods feasibility study.

Eyles C, Leydon GM, Hoffman CJ, Copson ER, Prescott P, Chorozoglou M, Lewith G - Integr Cancer Ther (2014)

Bottom Line: Participants found the course acceptable and reported many cumulative and ongoing benefits.MBSR was acceptable to MBC patients, who perceived benefits such as improved anxiety and QoL; but the MBSR course requires a considerable time commitment.There is scope to tailor the intervention so that it is less intensive.

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Affiliation: University of Southampton, Southampton, England C.G.Eyles@soton.ac.uk.

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Mean scores for BFI, HADS Depression, HADS Anxiety, TMS Curiosity, and TMS Decentering over the 24 weeks of the study period.
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fig2-1534735414546567: Mean scores for BFI, HADS Depression, HADS Anxiety, TMS Curiosity, and TMS Decentering over the 24 weeks of the study period.

Mentions: The mean scores and standard deviations for the primary variable, BFI, and for the other main variables, HADS Depression, HADS Anxiety, TMS Curiosity, and TMS Decentering, at baseline weeks 4 and 8 during treatment, and at weeks 16 and 24, are shown in Table 2. The mean scores over the study period are illustrated in Figure 2.


Mindfulness for the self-management of fatigue, anxiety, and depression in women with metastatic breast cancer: a mixed methods feasibility study.

Eyles C, Leydon GM, Hoffman CJ, Copson ER, Prescott P, Chorozoglou M, Lewith G - Integr Cancer Ther (2014)

Mean scores for BFI, HADS Depression, HADS Anxiety, TMS Curiosity, and TMS Decentering over the 24 weeks of the study period.
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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fig2-1534735414546567: Mean scores for BFI, HADS Depression, HADS Anxiety, TMS Curiosity, and TMS Decentering over the 24 weeks of the study period.
Mentions: The mean scores and standard deviations for the primary variable, BFI, and for the other main variables, HADS Depression, HADS Anxiety, TMS Curiosity, and TMS Decentering, at baseline weeks 4 and 8 during treatment, and at weeks 16 and 24, are shown in Table 2. The mean scores over the study period are illustrated in Figure 2.

Bottom Line: Participants found the course acceptable and reported many cumulative and ongoing benefits.MBSR was acceptable to MBC patients, who perceived benefits such as improved anxiety and QoL; but the MBSR course requires a considerable time commitment.There is scope to tailor the intervention so that it is less intensive.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: University of Southampton, Southampton, England C.G.Eyles@soton.ac.uk.

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Related in: MedlinePlus