New York: Depressed cancer survivors are twice as likely to die prematurely than those who do not suffer from depression, a new study has warned. Floortje Mols and colleagues, from Tilburg University in The Netherlands, examined whether depressive symptoms observed between one and ten years after cancer diagnosis were linked to an increased risk of premature death two to three years later.
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