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Technology-related support communication among young adults with cancer: A biopsychosocial approach

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(212) 396-6675

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Hunter College, The City University of New York
Dept of Psychology, 695 Park Avenue HN Rm 611
10065 New York , NY
United States

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Jennifer Ford, PhD: Hunter College, The City University of New York Michael Hoyt, PhD: Univeristy of California, Irvine
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Eligibility includes: 1) currently between 18 and 39 years and, 2) have diagnosis of non-metastatic breast cancer diagnosed as a young adult (18 or over) within the past five years. The study is investigating the impact of dyadic support on physical, mental, and biological health among young adults, defined as 18-39, who have non-metastatic breast cancer. Thus the age must be consistent with young adults and the diagnosis must be consistent with non-metastatic disease. Exclusion Criteria and Rationale Young adult cancer participants will be excluded if they are not between the ages of 18-39, have metastatic disease, or were diagnosed more than five years ago. In general participants will be excluded if they are unable to read/understand English.
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