Younger cancer patients experience greater increase in religiosity (Social Science Research)

By Michael Hotchkiss, Office of Communications People diagnosed with cancer at younger ages are more likely to become more religious than their counterparts diagnosed at older ages, researchers including a Princeton research scholar have found. Overall, the researchers found that people diagnosed with cancer experienced a one-time increase in religiosity, with the greater increase among … Continue reading Younger cancer patients experience greater increase in religiosity (Social Science Research)