Doctors: "Advance knowledge and proactive management improve Quality of Life and patient outcomes"
A study conducted by doctors at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine concluded that a combination of advance knowledge of the possible side-effects and a preventative skincare regimen improves patient's outcomes and Quality of Life.
“Advance knowledge of side effects and proactive management approaches have been shown to decrease anxiety, improve adherence to cancer treatment, and improve Quality of Life and patient outcomes.”
“A cancer skin care management program fulfills patient engagement of anticipatory coping in order to optimally anticipate and control cutaneous side effects associated with anticancer therapy.”
“…these findings suggest that quality of life, as measured by Skindex-16, improves with products specifically designed for cancer skin care management.”
“Our findings suggest that Quality of Life improves with test article use, all of which were rated as good/very good for tolerability.”
-Ann Cameron Haley & Cara Calahan & Mona Gandhi & Dennis P. West & Alfred Rademaker & Mario E. Lacouture - Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
The study utilized Lindi Skin products, and determined the following improvements:
- Improved Skin-related Quality of Life
- Preferred Over Other Regimens Previously Used
- Improved Overall Appearance
- Satisfaction Regardless of Skin Type
- More Soothing & More Gentle
- Absorbed More Quickly
To read the complete study, visit: www.springerlink.com/index/b17675kmt0863447.pdf
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