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Depressed men with prostate cancer are diagnosed with later stage disease, and get less effective therapies

Depressed men with localized prostate cancer were more likely to be diagnosed with more aggressive prostate cancer, received less effective treatments and survived for shorter times than prostate cancer patients who were not depressed, a study has found.
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