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Risk of Pharmacological or Hospital Treatment for Depression in Patients with Colorectal Cancer-Associations with Pre-Cancer Lifestyle, Comorbidity and Clinical Factors

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Risk of Pharmacological or Hospital Treatment for Depression in Patients with Colorectal Cancer-Associations with Pre-Cancer Lifestyle, Comorbidity and Clinical Factors. / Kjaer, Trille Kristina; Moustsen-Helms, Ida Rask; Albieri, Vanna; Larsen, Signe Benzon; Degett, Thea Helene; Tjonneland, Anne; Johansen, Christoffer; Kjaer, Susanne K.; Gogenur, Ismail; Dalton, Susanne Oksbjerg.

I: Cancers, Bind 13, Nr. 8, 1979, 2021.

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Kjaer, TK, Moustsen-Helms, IR, Albieri, V, Larsen, SB, Degett, TH, Tjonneland, A, Johansen, C, Kjaer, SK, Gogenur, I & Dalton, SO 2021, 'Risk of Pharmacological or Hospital Treatment for Depression in Patients with Colorectal Cancer-Associations with Pre-Cancer Lifestyle, Comorbidity and Clinical Factors', Cancers, bind 13, nr. 8, 1979. https://doi.org/10.3390/cancers13081979

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Kjaer, T. K., Moustsen-Helms, I. R., Albieri, V., Larsen, S. B., Degett, T. H., Tjonneland, A., Johansen, C., Kjaer, S. K., Gogenur, I., & Dalton, S. O. (2021). Risk of Pharmacological or Hospital Treatment for Depression in Patients with Colorectal Cancer-Associations with Pre-Cancer Lifestyle, Comorbidity and Clinical Factors. Cancers, 13(8), [1979]. https://doi.org/10.3390/cancers13081979

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Kjaer TK, Moustsen-Helms IR, Albieri V, Larsen SB, Degett TH, Tjonneland A o.a. Risk of Pharmacological or Hospital Treatment for Depression in Patients with Colorectal Cancer-Associations with Pre-Cancer Lifestyle, Comorbidity and Clinical Factors. Cancers. 2021;13(8). 1979. https://doi.org/10.3390/cancers13081979

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Kjaer, Trille Kristina ; Moustsen-Helms, Ida Rask ; Albieri, Vanna ; Larsen, Signe Benzon ; Degett, Thea Helene ; Tjonneland, Anne ; Johansen, Christoffer ; Kjaer, Susanne K. ; Gogenur, Ismail ; Dalton, Susanne Oksbjerg. / Risk of Pharmacological or Hospital Treatment for Depression in Patients with Colorectal Cancer-Associations with Pre-Cancer Lifestyle, Comorbidity and Clinical Factors. I: Cancers. 2021 ; Bind 13, Nr. 8.

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title = "Risk of Pharmacological or Hospital Treatment for Depression in Patients with Colorectal Cancer-Associations with Pre-Cancer Lifestyle, Comorbidity and Clinical Factors",
abstract = "Simple SummaryDepression is a common disorder in cancer patients. In this population-based prospective cohort study, we investigated if patients with colorectal cancer experience a higher risk of pharmacological or hospital treatment for depression than age- and gender-matched cancer-free comparison persons when differences in lifestyle, anthropometry, socioeconomic position or comorbidity where taken into account. To identify potential risk factors, we further investigated the associations between depression and antidepressant use and pre-cancer lifestyle factors, clinical factors and treatment factors. The study results may help point toward vulnerable groups of patients at risk of depression.We investigated the risk of depression in colorectal cancer (CRC) patients and associated risk factors. The 1324 patients with CRC and 6620 matched cancer-free participants from the Diet, Cancer and Health study were followed for up to 16 years for either a first hospitalization for depression or antidepressant prescription after diagnosis of CRC cancer or study entry date. Information on the outcome and covariates was retrieved from the Danish Colorectal Cancer Group database, the national health registries and questionnaires. Cumulative incidence of depression was estimated, and Cox regression models were used to evaluate the association between risk factors and depression incidence. During follow-up, 191 (14.4%) patients with CRC and 175 (2.6%) cancer-free comparison persons experienced depression. After adjustments, in the first year after cancer diagnosis, patients with CRC had a 12-fold higher hazard compared with the cancer-free population (HR, 12.01; 95% CI, 7.89-18.28). The risk decreased during follow-up but remained significantly elevated with an HR of 2.65 (95% CI, 1.61-4.36) after five years. Identified risk factors were presence of comorbidities, advanced disease stage and use of radiotherapy, while life style factors (pre-cancer or at diagnosis) and chemotherapy did not seem to contribute to the increased risk.",
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author = "Kjaer, {Trille Kristina} and Moustsen-Helms, {Ida Rask} and Vanna Albieri and Larsen, {Signe Benzon} and Degett, {Thea Helene} and Anne Tjonneland and Christoffer Johansen and Kjaer, {Susanne K.} and Ismail Gogenur and Dalton, {Susanne Oksbjerg}",
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TY - JOUR

T1 - Risk of Pharmacological or Hospital Treatment for Depression in Patients with Colorectal Cancer-Associations with Pre-Cancer Lifestyle, Comorbidity and Clinical Factors

AU - Kjaer, Trille Kristina

AU - Moustsen-Helms, Ida Rask

AU - Albieri, Vanna

AU - Larsen, Signe Benzon

AU - Degett, Thea Helene

AU - Tjonneland, Anne

AU - Johansen, Christoffer

AU - Kjaer, Susanne K.

AU - Gogenur, Ismail

AU - Dalton, Susanne Oksbjerg

PY - 2021

Y1 - 2021

N2 - Simple SummaryDepression is a common disorder in cancer patients. In this population-based prospective cohort study, we investigated if patients with colorectal cancer experience a higher risk of pharmacological or hospital treatment for depression than age- and gender-matched cancer-free comparison persons when differences in lifestyle, anthropometry, socioeconomic position or comorbidity where taken into account. To identify potential risk factors, we further investigated the associations between depression and antidepressant use and pre-cancer lifestyle factors, clinical factors and treatment factors. The study results may help point toward vulnerable groups of patients at risk of depression.We investigated the risk of depression in colorectal cancer (CRC) patients and associated risk factors. The 1324 patients with CRC and 6620 matched cancer-free participants from the Diet, Cancer and Health study were followed for up to 16 years for either a first hospitalization for depression or antidepressant prescription after diagnosis of CRC cancer or study entry date. Information on the outcome and covariates was retrieved from the Danish Colorectal Cancer Group database, the national health registries and questionnaires. Cumulative incidence of depression was estimated, and Cox regression models were used to evaluate the association between risk factors and depression incidence. During follow-up, 191 (14.4%) patients with CRC and 175 (2.6%) cancer-free comparison persons experienced depression. After adjustments, in the first year after cancer diagnosis, patients with CRC had a 12-fold higher hazard compared with the cancer-free population (HR, 12.01; 95% CI, 7.89-18.28). The risk decreased during follow-up but remained significantly elevated with an HR of 2.65 (95% CI, 1.61-4.36) after five years. Identified risk factors were presence of comorbidities, advanced disease stage and use of radiotherapy, while life style factors (pre-cancer or at diagnosis) and chemotherapy did not seem to contribute to the increased risk.

AB - Simple SummaryDepression is a common disorder in cancer patients. In this population-based prospective cohort study, we investigated if patients with colorectal cancer experience a higher risk of pharmacological or hospital treatment for depression than age- and gender-matched cancer-free comparison persons when differences in lifestyle, anthropometry, socioeconomic position or comorbidity where taken into account. To identify potential risk factors, we further investigated the associations between depression and antidepressant use and pre-cancer lifestyle factors, clinical factors and treatment factors. The study results may help point toward vulnerable groups of patients at risk of depression.We investigated the risk of depression in colorectal cancer (CRC) patients and associated risk factors. The 1324 patients with CRC and 6620 matched cancer-free participants from the Diet, Cancer and Health study were followed for up to 16 years for either a first hospitalization for depression or antidepressant prescription after diagnosis of CRC cancer or study entry date. Information on the outcome and covariates was retrieved from the Danish Colorectal Cancer Group database, the national health registries and questionnaires. Cumulative incidence of depression was estimated, and Cox regression models were used to evaluate the association between risk factors and depression incidence. During follow-up, 191 (14.4%) patients with CRC and 175 (2.6%) cancer-free comparison persons experienced depression. After adjustments, in the first year after cancer diagnosis, patients with CRC had a 12-fold higher hazard compared with the cancer-free population (HR, 12.01; 95% CI, 7.89-18.28). The risk decreased during follow-up but remained significantly elevated with an HR of 2.65 (95% CI, 1.61-4.36) after five years. Identified risk factors were presence of comorbidities, advanced disease stage and use of radiotherapy, while life style factors (pre-cancer or at diagnosis) and chemotherapy did not seem to contribute to the increased risk.

KW - colorectal cancer

KW - depression

KW - late effects

KW - cancer survivorship

U2 - 10.3390/cancers13081979

DO - 10.3390/cancers13081979

M3 - Journal article

C2 - 33924058

VL - 13

JO - Cancers

JF - Cancers

SN - 2072-6694

IS - 8

M1 - 1979

ER -

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