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Presence and predictors of anxiety disorder onset following cancer diagnosis among anxious cancer survivors

Overview of attention for article published in Supportive Care in Cancer, January 2020
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Presence and predictors of anxiety disorder onset following cancer diagnosis among anxious cancer survivors
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Supportive Care in Cancer, January 2020
DOI 10.1007/s00520-020-05297-0
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Joanna J. Arch, Sarah R. Genung, Michelle C. Ferris, Alex Kirk, Elizabeth T. Slivjak, Joel N. Fishbein, Rebecca L. Schneider, Annette L. Stanton

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#12,708,044
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Outputs from Supportive Care in Cancer
#2,544
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#243,810
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Outputs of similar age from Supportive Care in Cancer
#82
of 96 outputs
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