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Those in psychological distress had a 32 per cent higher chance of later dying of cancer, but researchers caution the disease could have made people feel unhappy before they knew they were ill

Having anxiety and depression appears to be linked to the chance of getting terminalĀ cancer, according to a new study.

Researchers analysed data about more than 160,000 people in the UK, of whom 4,353 died from the disease during a 14-year period up until 2008.

 

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