The association between prostate cancer and mood disorders: a nationwide population-based study in Taiwan.

@article{Chen2015TheAB,
  title={The association between prostate cancer and mood disorders: a nationwide population-based study in Taiwan.},
  author={Pan-Ming Chen and San-Chi Chen and Chia-Jen Liu and Man-Hsin Hung and Chia-Fen Tsai and Y Hu and Mu-Hong Chen and Cheng-Che Shen and Tung-Ping Su and Chiu-Mei Yeh and Ti Lu and Tzeng-Ji Chen and Li-Yu Hu},
  journal={International psychogeriatrics},
  year={2015},
  volume={27 3},
  pages={481-90}
}
BACKGROUND This study identified possible risk factors for newly diagnosed mood disorders, including depressive and bipolar disorders, in prostate cancer patients. METHODS From 2000 to 2006, two cohorts were evaluated on the occurrence of mood disorder diagnosis and treatment. For the first cohort, data of patients diagnosed with prostate cancer was obtained from the Taiwan National Health Insurance (NHI) Research Database. As the second cohort, a cancer-free comparison group was matched for… CONTINUE READING

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Multivariate matched regression models show that cerebrovascular disease ( CVD ) and radiotherapy treatment could be independent risk factors for developing subsequent depressive and bipolar disorders .
Increased incidence of both depressive ( IRR 1.52 , 95% CI 1.30 - 1.79 , P < 0.001 ) and bipolar disorder ( IRR 1.84 , 95% CI 1.25 - 2.74 , P = 0.001 ) was observed among patients diagnosed with prostate cancer .
Clinicians should be aware of the possibility of increased depressive and bipolar disorders among prostate cancer patients in Taiwan .
We observed that the risk of developing newly diagnosed depressive and bipolar disorders is higher among Taiwanese prostate cancer patients .
This study identified possible risk factors for newly diagnosed mood disorders , including depressive and bipolar disorders , in prostate cancer patients .
Multivariate matched regression models show that cerebrovascular disease ( CVD ) and radiotherapy treatment could be independent risk factors for developing subsequent depressive and bipolar disorders .
Increased incidence of both depressive ( IRR 1.52 , 95% CI 1.30 - 1.79 , P < 0.001 ) and bipolar disorder ( IRR 1.84 , 95% CI 1.25 - 2.74 , P = 0.001 ) was observed among patients diagnosed with prostate cancer .
Clinicians should be aware of the possibility of increased depressive and bipolar disorders among prostate cancer patients in Taiwan .
We observed that the risk of developing newly diagnosed depressive and bipolar disorders is higher among Taiwanese prostate cancer patients .
This study identified possible risk factors for newly diagnosed mood disorders , including depressive and bipolar disorders , in prostate cancer patients .
This study identified possible risk factors for newly diagnosed mood disorders , including depressive and bipolar disorders , in prostate cancer patients .
This study identified possible risk factors for newly diagnosed mood disorders , including depressive and bipolar disorders , in prostate cancer patients .
This study identified possible risk factors for newly diagnosed mood disorders , including depressive and bipolar disorders , in prostate cancer patients .
This study identified possible risk factors for newly diagnosed mood disorders , including depressive and bipolar disorders , in prostate cancer patients .
This study identified possible risk factors for newly diagnosed mood disorders , including depressive and bipolar disorders , in prostate cancer patients .
This study identified possible risk factors for newly diagnosed mood disorders , including depressive and bipolar disorders , in prostate cancer patients .
Increased incidence of both depressive ( IRR 1.52 , 95% CI 1.30 - 1.79 , P < 0.001 ) and bipolar disorder ( IRR 1.84 , 95% CI 1.25 - 2.74 , P = 0.001 ) was observed among patients diagnosed with prostate cancer .
This study identified possible risk factors for newly diagnosed mood disorders , including depressive and bipolar disorders , in prostate cancer patients .
Clinicians should be aware of the possibility of increased depressive and bipolar disorders among prostate cancer patients in Taiwan .
We observed that the risk of developing newly diagnosed depressive and bipolar disorders is higher among Taiwanese prostate cancer patients .
Multivariate matched regression models show that cerebrovascular disease ( CVD ) and radiotherapy treatment could be independent risk factors for developing subsequent depressive and bipolar disorders .
This study identified possible risk factors for newly diagnosed mood disorders , including depressive and bipolar disorders , in prostate cancer patients .
This study identified possible risk factors for newly diagnosed mood disorders , including depressive and bipolar disorders , in prostate cancer patients .
This study identified possible risk factors for newly diagnosed mood disorders , including depressive and bipolar disorders , in prostate cancer patients .
This study identified possible risk factors for newly diagnosed mood disorders , including depressive and bipolar disorders , in prostate cancer patients .
This study identified possible risk factors for newly diagnosed mood disorders , including depressive and bipolar disorders , in prostate cancer patients .
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