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TABLE 1 from Antidepressant Use and Lung Cancer Risk and Survival: A Meta-analysis of Observational Studies

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posted on 2023-06-12, 14:20 authored by Eunkyung Lee, Yongho Park, David Li, Alice Rodriguez-Fuguet, Xiaochuan Wang, Wen Cai Zhang

Characteristics of studies of lung cancer risk and survival associated with AD use included in meta-analysis

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ARTICLE ABSTRACT

In this meta-analysis of 11 observational studies, we found evidence of a statistically significant association between the use of certain ADs and lung cancer risk. This effect merits further study, particularly as it relates to known environmental and behavioral drivers of lung cancer risk, such as air pollution and cigarette smoke.

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