Postsurgical Depressive Symptoms and Proinflammatory Cytokine Elevations in Women Undergoing Primary Treatment for Breast Cancer.

@article{Bouchard2016PostsurgicalDS,
  title={Postsurgical Depressive Symptoms and Proinflammatory Cytokine Elevations in Women Undergoing Primary Treatment for Breast Cancer.},
  author={Laura C. Bouchard and Michael H. Antoni and Bonnie B. Blomberg and Jamie M. Stagl and Lisa M. Gudenkauf and Devika R. Jutagir and Alain D{\'i}az and Suzanne C. Lechner and Stefan Gl{\"u}ck and Robert P. Derhagopian and Charles S Carver},
  journal={Psychosomatic medicine},
  year={2016},
  volume={78 1},
  pages={26-37}
}
OBJECTIVE Depression and inflammation may independently promote breast cancer (BCa) disease progression and poorer clinical outcomes. Depression has been associated with increased levels of inflammatory markers in medically healthy individuals and patients with cancer. However, inconsistencies in study time frames complicate interpretation of results within specific cancer types. This study examined relationships between depressive symptoms and inflammation in women with early-stage BCa before… CONTINUE READING
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