Psychosocial predictors of smoking and alcohol use in Canadian pediatric cancer survivors: Structural equation modeling

Kendra Carswell
Survivors of pediatric cancer should avoid smoking and heavy alcohol use due to health risks associated with intensive cancer treatments they received. Data were analyzed from a multi-centre, population-based study of pediatric cancer survivors in Canada (n=1231) and a frequency matched control group (n=1372). Logistic regression analyses showed that survivors were significantly less likely to be smokers and alcohol drinkers than the controls. Still, a substantial proportion of survivors were smokers (23%), binge drinkers (25%),...
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