December 01, 2010
Expires January 01, 2017

CME Activity

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Sample questions:
Depression is commonly comorbid with cancer, yet the symptomatic overlap between the neurovegetative signs of a mood disorder and the physical symptoms of cancer can create ambiguity. Which of the following symptoms is more specific for a mood disorder, as opposed to a symptom of the comorbid cancer?
In the Bardwell et al. (2006) study of depression in women with breast cancer, risk for depression was predicted by all of the following except
Although suicide accounts for a very low number of deaths in cancer patients, an elevated risk has been consistently reported. In the Misono et al. (2008) study of suicide risk in cancer patients, which of the following findings was reported?