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Depression and Anxiety Do Not Appear to Increase the Risk of Getting Cancer

Depression and anxiety do not appear to increase the risk of getting cancer, according to according to a meta-analysis published in Cancer.

This does not speak to prognosis once a person has the disease. Some studies indicate a correlation between increased stress and poorer outcomes.