Depressive disorder in the last phase of life in patients with cardiovascular disease, cancer, and COPD: Data from a 20-year follow-up period in general practice
Background Depression is assumed to be common in chronically ill patients during their last phase of life and is associated with poorer outcomes. The prevalence of depression is widely varying in previous studies due to the use of different terminology, c
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