New PHE Study Determines Long-term Cancer Survivors Fare as Well or Better Than Everyone Else
Led by a team of PHE researchers, a new study appearing in the American Journal of Managed Carehas determined that long-term cancer survivors can expect health and quality of life on par with Americans of the same age and background. Those who survived cancer at least 4 years had health and well-being measures that were as good as or better than those of the general population and those with a chronic disease.
To read a summary of the findings in the AJMC’s press release, please click here.
For the full study, click here.
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