Michael Amylon

Publication Details

  • AFTER TREATMENT ENDS - PSYCHOSOCIAL SEQUELAE IN PEDIATRIC CANCER SURVIVORS AMERICAN JOURNAL OF ORTHOPSYCHIATRY Fritz, G. K., Williams, J. R., Amylon, M. 1988; 58 (4): 552-561

    Abstract:

    Fifty-two survivors of childhood cancer and their families were assessed by questionnaire and interview to determine survivors' psychosocial status two years or more after treatment. Most were functioning well and serious psychosocial problems were relatively rare. Communication patterns during treatment were most predictive of psychosocial outcome whereas indicators of medical severity were least predictive. The heterogeneity of effective coping styles, appropriate to varied personality types, was noted.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1988Q705400008

    View details for PubMedID 3228162

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