Cancer-related deaths higher among psychiatric patients

12/20/2012 | HealthDay News

Individuals with psychiatric disorders were 30% more likely to die from cancer than were people in the general population, an Australian study in the Archives of General Psychiatry found. Psychiatric patients weren't at greater risk for developing cancer, but it was frequently diagnosed later.

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