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Are cancer patients with high depressive symptom levels able to manage these symptoms without professional care? The role of coping and social support

Looking at individual symptoms: the dynamic network structure of depressive symptoms in cancer survivors and their preferences for psychological care

Understanding care needs of cancer patients with depressive symptoms: The importance of patients' recognition of depressive symptoms

Why don't cancer patients seek help for their depressive symptoms? The role of illness representations, coping and social support in predicting patients' need for care

The value of distinct depressive symptoms (PHQ-9) to differentiate depression severity in cancer survivors: An item response approach

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