Published on: Aug 16, 2017 at National Institutes of Health

Social interaction affects cancer patients’ response to treatment

By : National Institutes of Health

Social interaction in a cancer treatment setting can play a role in disease outcomes, potentially related to stress response. A new study found patients were more likely to survive 5 or more years after chemo if they interacted with other patients during chemo who also survived for 5 years or more.

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