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  1. Meraviglia, Martha PhD, RN, ACNS-BC
  2. Stuifbergen, Alexa PhD, RN
  3. Parsons, Dawn BSN, RN
  4. Morgan, Sherry BSN, RN


Randomized control trial of a health promotion intervention was implemented for low-income cancer survivors. The majority of participants were female, older, divorced, educated, and unemployed or on disability leave. Findings indicate the health promotion intervention improved cancer survivors' self-efficacy and increased their use of health-promoting behaviors.