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|Depression, Rather Than Cancer-Related Fatigue or Insomnia, Decreased the Quality of Life of Cancer Patients|
|Sungook Yeo, Joohee Lee, Kyumin Kim, Hwa Jung Kim, Seockhoon Chung|
|Cancer Research and Treatment. 2021;53(3):641-649. Published online 2020 December 29 DOI: https://doi.org/10.4143/crt.2020.1212|
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