Published in Blood Weekly, February 16th, 2006
"The exploratory study examined the relationship between coping and survival in patients undergoing BMT. Patients scheduled for BMT were recruited from 1990 until 1995 at the University Hospital of Ulm, Germany. They were interviewed before transplantation, and the corresponding records were checked in December 2002," researchers in Germany reported.
"Seventy-two audiotaped interviews could be analyzed for 34 coping strategies as defined in the Ulm Coping Manual (UCM). Main outcome measure was survival time post-BMT. On average, the patients...
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