Depressive symptoms and quality of life in head and neck cancer patients

      Introduction: High rates of depression have been reported in head and neck cancer patients, but prevalence appears to vary widely (3–57%) depending on the measures used. Depression in cancer patients increases morbidity as well as reportedly increasing mortality 2.6-fold. Both psychosocial and physiological mechanisms could account for this.
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