Distress Screening Response Tools (DSRT)

Patient centered education materials to promote patient empowerment and self management of cancer related distress. **This section is under construction – new things are being added every week!**
Frequently Asked Questions about the Distress Screening Response Toolkit (DSRT)
FAQs for healthcare providers about the Distress Screening Response Toolkit.
  • Tips in a Minute

    Educational handouts for a variety of psychosocial topics that can be used to address concerns identified in distress screening of cancer patients.

Stress Levels With Prostate Active Surveillance Measured

Mar 1, 2015 - Most men with early prostate cancer who are following the active surveillance protocol are generally able to manage the mental stress of their situation very well; factors such as a neurotic personality score, high prostate-specific antigen, and poor health are associated with increased anxiety, according to a study published online July 27 in Cancer.

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