The role of acculturation in the relationship between self-stigma and psychological distress among Chinese American breast cancer survivors

Lingjun Chen
Lingjun Chen
Shelby Ivy
Shelby Ivy

PSYCHOLOGY HEALTH & MEDICINE, pp. 1278-1292, 2020.

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Attitudes about breast cancer have improved in the USA, yet stigma is still present in some ethnic and immigrant populations and affecting survivors' experiences. Chinese American breast cancer survivors report negative beliefs and stigma to be a major stressor; this could result in mental health consequences. We hypothesized that greater...More

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