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Psychosocial factors, health behaviors and risk of cancer incidence: Testing interaction and effect modification in an individual participant data meta-analysis

The mediating role of health behaviors in the association between depression, anxiety and cancer incidence: an individual participant data meta-analysis

Depression, anxiety, and the risk of cancer: An individual participant data meta-analysis

Psychosocial factors and cancer incidence: a pre-planned metaanalysis of the PSYchosocial factors and CAncer (PSY-CA) consortium

Psychosocial factors and cancer incidence (PSY-CA): Protocol for individual participant data meta-analyses

Predictive Value of Implicit and Explicit Self-Esteem for the Recurrence of Depression and Anxiety Disorders: A 3-Year Follow-Up Study

Predictive value of implicit and explicit self-esteem for the recurrence of anxiety disorders: A 3 year follow-up study

Attentional bias for negative, positive, and threat words in current and remitted depression

Depression recurrence after recovery: Prognostic value of implicit and explicit self-depressed associations

Influence of sad mood induction on implicit self-esteem and its relationship with symptoms of depression and anxiety

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Study Finds Depression, Anxiety are Not Linked to Cancer Risk

Analysis challenges theory that depression, anxiety boost cancer risk

Study Finds No Link Between Depression or Anxiety and Increased Cancer Risk, Groningen researchers say

The fountain of youth, by health tech

Depression, anxiety don't raise risk of cancer, study shows

Study: Stress, Depression Don't Raise Cancer Risk

Onderzoekers UMCG: geen verband tussen depressie en kanker

Onderzoekers UMCG zeggen dat er geen verband is tussen depressie en kanker

UMCG: geen verband tussen depressie en kanker

No link between depression and cancer: Dutch researchers

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