Stress can impair immune system in cancer surgery patients

02/28/2008 | Thaindian News

Stress before, during and after surgery in cancer patients can impair the immune system and lead to cancer recurrence, a new study found. One researcher said boosting the immune system before, during and after surgery could provide an intervention program that encourages long-term survival.

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