Handbook of Health Psychology

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across disease contexts. Such investigation accrues greater importance in light of the observation that individuals are surviving for many years after diagnosis of diseases once considered rapidly fatal. Ultimately, research conducted by health psychologists should enable more individuals living with chronic diseases to share the cancer patient's sentiment, “I have cancer but it doesn't have me.”


ACKNOWLEDGMENT

The preparation of this chapter was supported in part by U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command under DAMD-17-94-J-4244.


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