Suicide Risk Quadruples for People with Cancer, Penn State Study Finds

January 17, 2019

(The Philadelphia Inquirer) – People with cancer are four times more likely to take their own lives than people without the disease, according to a new study by Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine researchers. The risk of patients’ taking their own lives varied by the type of cancer they had, as well as such factors as age and gender.

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