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Research Article

Pain Narratives in Breast Cancer Survivors

Table 1

Sociodemographic and medical characteristics of the 21 breast cancer survivors interviewed.

AgePHYPSYMarital statusEmployment situationMastectomyReconstructionAxillary surgeryOn hormonotherapy at the time of the study

Stella262815SingleWorkingPartialNoYesYes
Cindy262416SingleWorkingPartialNoNoYes
Hannah302923MarriedWorkingPartialNoNoYes
Emmy313124MarriedSick leavePartialNoYesNo
Megan323220MarriedWorkingPartialNoNoYes
Helen323025MarriedWorkingPartialNoNoNo
Nancy33218MarriedWorkingPartialYesYesYes
Sue403429MarriedWorkingTotalYesYesYes
Silvia412722MarriedWorkingTotalYesYesYes
Kate422623MarriedHousewifeTotalYesYesYes
Hillary423529MarriedWorkingPartialYesYesYes
Laura422320MarriedWorkingTotalYesYesYes
Rachel431512SingleSick leavePartialNoYesNo

Bree662923WidowRetiredPartialNoNoYes
Eva682111WidowRetiredPartialYesNoYes
Linda682623MarriedRetiredPartialNoYesYes
Mary723527MarriedRetiredPartialNoNoYes
Clara751517DivorcedRetiredTotalNoYesYes
Ella752623MarriedRetiredPartialNoNoYes
Sharon782420SingleRetiredPartialNoYesYes
Susan832722MarriedRetiredTotalNoYesYes

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