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The impact of psychosocial factors on the incidence and progression of cancer has become an area that demands attention. In this article recent evidence of psychosocial effects on cancer incidence and progression is reviewed in the context of past research. Psychosocial factors discussed include...
Single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) is a widely available neuro-imaging technique for the three-dimensional assessment of regional cerebral blood flow. The clinical utility of SPECT in neuropsychiatry is well established, and research devoted to its use in primary psychiatric...
This review was undertaken to assess the indications for and efficacy of maintenance treatments for major depression. It was based on a search of the medical literature and a review of randomized clinical trials. The literature shows that antidepressant medications and, to a lesser extent,...
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