Life Satisfaction Among Older-Adult, Long-Term Cancer Survivors: A Comparison of Black with White Survivors.

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Summary of "Life Satisfaction Among Older-Adult, Long-Term Cancer Survivors: A Comparison of Black with White Survivors."

This paper proposes and evaluates a model of the relative importance that cancer-related health factor along with other health factors have for the self-rated health and life satisfaction of older adult, long-term cancer survivors. The data are examined in the context of important racial differences in health and life satisfaction along with other covariates including gender and education.


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Name: Psycho-oncology
ISSN: 1099-1611


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