Denial may be of some help to lung cancer patients

09/19/2010 | Reuters

Dutch researchers found that patients with lung cancer who have a moderate or increasing level of denial had a better quality of life and were less anxious and depressed compared with lung cancer patients who had less denial. The study also found that denial did not affect the patients' ability to think clearly, but researchers warned denial can influence treatment decisions.

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