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- Chapter 1 Introduction to Gender in Psycho-OncologyMatthew J. Loscalzo
- Chapter 2 Theoretical Perspectives on Gender and Gender-Related Processes in Adjustment to CancerEmma E. Bright and Annette L. Stanton
- Chapter 3 Theories of Gender in Adjustment to Medical Illness: Family-Oriented PerspectiveYoungmee Kim, Hannah-Rose Mitchell, and Amanda Ting
- Chapter 4 Men Caring for Women in the Cancer ContextMariët Hagedoorn and Tracey A. Revenson
- Chapter 5 Female Caregivers to Female Cancer SurvivorsUlrike Boehmer, Melissa A. Clark, and Lisa Fredman
- Chapter 6 Male Patients and Their Male CaregiversThomas O. Blank, Lara Descartes, and Marysol Asencio
- Chapter 7 Female Caregivers of Male Cancer PatientsTerry Badger and Chris Segrin
- Chapter 8 The Integration of Aging and Gender to Understand the Cancer Experience Among Older AdultsKeith M. Bellizzi and Kate E. Dibble
- Chapter 9 Gender Considerations in Adolescents and Young Adults with CancerAmanda L. Thompson and Molly A. Gardner
- Chapter 10 Exploring Gender and Cultural, Socioecological Considerations in Psycho-OncologyKimlin Tam Ashing, Judy Huei-yu Wang, Marshalee George, and Clement K. Gwede
- Chapter 11 When the Invisible Screen Becomes Visible: Sex and Gender Matters in Biopsychosocial ProgramsMatthew J. Loscalzo, Karen L. Clark, Courtney Bitz, Justin M. Yopp, and Donald L. Rosenstein
- Chapter 12 Psycho-Oncology Interventions and Programs for Sexual and Gender MinoritiesDeborah J. Bowen, Jennifer M. Jabson, and Steven S. Coughlin
- Chapter 13 Next Steps in Gender-Oriented Psycho-Oncology Research and PracticesYoungmee Kim and Matthew J. Loscalzo