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Effectiveness of cognitive behavioral therapy for major depression in stage II pancreatic cancer patients from the Clínica General del Norte in Barranquilla, Colombia
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Depression is a disorder with specific symptoms that include prolonged periods of sadness. Oncologic (cancer) patients usually present depressive symptoms due to the effects of cancer and the aggressive treatments that can take a toll on their health. Additionally, pancreatic cancer can induce a significant amount of psychological distress in its patients. For this reason, this qualitative content analysis study aims to determine if cognitive behavioural therapy is the most effective treatmentdoaj:8e08e1e50f174525a4be0bd68e2180ec fatcat:viqnr2hicbcj3giesddmcyhfxa