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Author:Brad J. Zebrack , Jennifer Mills , Tammy S. Weitzman
Data Source:[J].Journal of Cancer Survivorship(IF 3.57), 2007, Vol.1 (2), pp.137-145
Abstract:Abstract(#br) PURPOSE(#br)A sizable body of literature exists for young adult survivors of childhood cancer but relatively little is known about the health and supportive care needs of older adolescent and young adult cancer survivors. This project assessed priority health a...
Author:Brad J. Zebrack , Mark A. Chesler
Data Source:[J].Quality of Life Research(IF 2.412), 2001, Vol.10 (4), pp.319-329
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Given the increasing interest in quality of life research in cancer survivorship, psychometric properties of the Quality of Life-Cancer Survivors (QOL-CS) were explored in a group of childhood cancer survivors. The QOL-CS is a 41-item visual analog scale compose...
Author:Brad J. Zebrack , Janet E. Donohue ...
Data Source:[J].Quality of Life Research(IF 2.412), 2010, Vol.19 (2), pp.207-218
Abstract:Abstract(#br) Introduction(#br)Psychosocial outcomes derived from standardized and disease-specific measures are often used in pediatric oncology; however, the reliability, validity and utility of these instruments in adult survivors of childhood cancer have yet to be establ...
Author:Brad J. Zebrack , Wendy Landier
Data Source:[J].Quality of Life Research(IF 2.412), 2011, Vol.20 (10), pp.1595-1608
Abstract:Abstract(#br) Purpose(#br)To examine whether childhood cancer survivors’ perceptions of the impact of cancer are related to quality of life (QOL) and psychological distress.(#br) Methods(#br)621 survivors (aged 18–39 years) completed a mailed survey assessing distress and QO...
Author:... Patricia A. Ganz , Brad J. Zebrack , Alv A. Dahl
Data Source:[J].Supportive Care in Cancer(IF 2.649), 2007, Vol.15 (11), pp.1309-1318
Abstract:Abstract(#br) Goals of work(#br)The “impact of cancer” scale (IOC) is a new questionnaire that explores attitudes in the physical, psychological, social, and spiritual/existential domains in cancer survivors. This study explores the associations between demography, living co...
Author:Brad J. Zebrack , Roland Chu ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Cancer Survivorship(IF 3.57), 2014, Vol.8 (2), pp.282-292
Abstract:Abstract(#br) Purpose(#br)Adolescent and young adult (AYA) cancer survivors experience barriers to utilizing healthcare, but the determinants of cancer-related medical care of AYAs has not been fully explored.(#br) Methods(#br)We studied factors associated with medical care ...
Author:Brad J. Zebrack , Mark A. Chesler
Data Source:[J].Psycho‐Oncology(IF 3.506), 2002, Vol.11 (2), pp.132-141
Abstract:Abstract(#br)The successful treatment for children with cancer has greatly increased the survival rates for these young people compared to children diagnosed with cancer 30 years ago. These new medical realities direct attention to the psychosocial consequences of successful...
Author:Brad J. Zebrack , Jaehee Yi ...
Data Source:[J].Psycho‐Oncology(IF 3.506), 2008, Vol.17 (9), pp.891-900
Abstract:Abstract(#br)This study reports on health status and quality of life (QOL) outcomes in long‐term cancer survivors, and potential correlates including cancer type, age at diagnosis, health status, and key sociodemographic variables.(#br)Method : One hundred and ninety‐three c...
Author:Brad J. Zebrack , Sallie Foley ...
Data Source:[J].Psycho‐Oncology(IF 3.506), 2010, Vol.19 (8), pp.814-822
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Background : Studies of sexuality or sexual behavior in childhood cancer survivors tend to examine relationships or achievement of developmental milestones but not physiological response to cancer or treatment. The purpose of this study is to (1) identify preval...

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