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While stress has well documented effects on immune, neurochemical and endocrinological function, its role in cancer progression is less well understood. It is appreciated, in preclinical studies, that stress can affect the growth of some tumors through modulation of the immune response to tumor cells.

New Light on the Link Between Chronic Stress and Ovarian Cancer Tumorigenesis