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Others may have a hard time accepting the changes that cancer has caused in their lives.
Dealing with all of these concerns on your own can be difficult.
Objective To examine the relative risks of iatrogenic and non-iatrogenic injuries during the period shortly before and after a diagnosis of cancer. Setting Swedish national population and health registers.
But cancer support groups provide a safe environment to share experiences with other survivors, learn new ways to handle difficult situations, and talk about emotions.Results During the diagnostic period, there were 7306 iatrogenic (incidence rate 0. person months) and 8331 non-iatrogenic injuries (incidence rate 0. person months).For iatrogenic injuries, the incidence rate ratio was 7.0 (95% confidence interval 6.6 to 7.4) during the diagnostic period compared with the pre-diagnostic period.Main outcome measures All hospital admissions in patients with cancer with a main discharge diagnosis of iatrogenic (from medical complications) or non-iatrogenic injuries in 1990-2010 identified from the Swedish patient register.Conditional Poisson regression was used to compare the incidence rate of injuries during the “diagnostic period” (16 weeks before to 16 weeks after diagnosis) with the incidence rate during a “pre-diagnostic period” (the same 32 weeks one year before diagnosis) among the same patients.