With the historical shift toward holistic approach towards health; the scientific interest has increased in the relevance of life stresses to health and disease. There is sufficient clinical and empirical evidence that suggests that stress plays a significant role in cancer. This book consists of a series of indigenous researches which explored the relationship among life stresses, anxiety and depression among the patients suffering from cancer of breast and uterus in the extremely costly health-care system of the Pakistani society. The findings of these researches have implications for promoting our understanding and knowledge of the psychological problems of the patients suffering from cancer. These findings may further help the professionals to introduce timely psycho-therapeutic interventions for the effective treatment, management and rehabilitation of the cancer patients in Pakistani health-care system. It is hoped that this book will be of immense value for the students and the professionals in the field of oncology, general medicine, clinical psychology, applied psychology, psychiatry, social work, sociology and other allied disciplines.