Anxiety in cancer survivors

06/11/2013 | Lancet Oncology, The

The findings of this study suggest that anxiety, rather than depression, is most likely to be a problem in long-term cancer survivors and spouses compared with healthy controls. Efforts should be made to improve recognition and treatment of anxiety in long-term cancer survivors and their spouses. (Free registration required.)

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