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Bericht zeigt auf, warum die personalisierte Unterstützung für Frauen mit Brustkrebs Leben retten könnte
Date:11/24/2013

d und die Qualität der medizinischen Beratung für die Patientinnen."

Professor Weinman erläutert, dass es Methoden gebe, um Frauen dabei zu unterstützen, diese Schwierigkeiten zu überwinden.

„Die Daten beweisen eindeutig, dass es für eine unterstützende Intervention zur verbesserten Adhärenz notwendig ist, dieses Eingreifen zu personalisieren. Da die Ursachen der Nicht-Adhärenz von Patientin zu Patientin verschieden sind, sollten Interventionen auf die individuellen Bedürfnisse und Präferenzen einer Person zugeschnitten werden."

Wie im Bericht dargelegt, wird diese Herangehensweise gegenwärtig von anderen Wissenschaftlern im Bereich Brustkrebs erforscht. In einem großen Projekt, das von der Breast Cancer Research Foundation gefördert wird, haben Professor Annette Stanton von der University of California und ihre Kollegen Professor Keith Petrie (University of Auckland) und Dr. Ann Partridge (Harvard Medical School) über 1.000 Frauen rekrutiert, die sich in den vorangegangenen 12 Monaten einer Hormontherapie gegen Brustkrebs unterzogen haben. Aus ihrer Studie geht hervor, dass die individuellen Frauen einen unterschiedlichen Unterstützungsbedarf haben und dass darauf reagiert werden muss, um einen signifikanten Effekt auf die Adhärenz-Raten zu bewirken. „Manchen Frauen profitieren wirklich von der Information und der Aufklärung über die Bedeutung der Medikation im Hinblick auf Überlebensvorteile. Andere Frauen hingegen brauchen möglicherweise Informationen darüber, wie sie mit den Nebeneffekten umgehen können", sagte Professor Stanton.

Professor Weinman fasst zusammen: „So wie die Behandlung von Brustkrebs immer personalisierter wird, sollten auch die Interventionen zur Unterstützung der Patientinnen, die sich di
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