Optimistic patients report less severe cancer pain

08/27/2008 | Reuters

Optimistic cancer patients are better able manage pain and those who have a strong sense of control over their environment are better at dealing with fatigue and pain, a new study found. The research team says nurses and physicians should recognize and encourage these traits in cancer patients as part of their treatment regimen.

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