- •A diagnosis of bladder cancer increases the hazard of being diagnosed with a new mental health disorder.
- •Patients who are diagnosed with a new mental health disorder after their cancer diagnosis have worse overall survival.
- •The most common mental health disorders among those with a new bladder cancer diagnosis are depression, substance abuse, and anxiety.
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