NACFC2021 – More Support Urged for ‘Stressed’ Patients With Anxiety

NACFC2021 – More Support Urged for ‘Stressed’ Patients With Anxiety

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NACFC2021 – More Support Urged for ‘Stressed’ Patients With Anxiety

People with cystic fibrosis (CF) who have mild depression or anxiety report heightened stress, with significantly lower scores on 10 of 12 measures of health-related life quality as compared with the general population of CF patients, new research shows.  According to investigators, these patients may require more support — and specifically, possible individual interventions, such as talk therapy — than the current standard of care recommends.  “These findings indicate that monitoring, psychoeducation, and support may…

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