Chronic Diseases

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( 1981) and Persky et al. ( 1987) results probably are not deviant with respect to the four studies that found little or no prediction of cancer from depressed mood. Perhaps the Chicago data can now be regarded as an expected departure from those findings, not an anomaly.


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