Patients With Psychiatric Disorders Less Likely to Receive Cancer Diagnosis Via Primary Care

Patients with psychiatric disorders are less likely to receive a cancer diagnosis through primary care. In a study of 155,851 patients with incident cancer, those with psychiatric disorders had an 8% lower probability of being diagnosed through cancer patient pathways initiated in primary care.

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