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Table 3 Factors associated with anxiety and depressiona in younger cancer survivorsb

From: Anxiety and depression in working-age cancer survivors: a register-based study

  reference βe p f
Anxietya
 Female Male .082 <.001
 Age - −.090 <.001
 Social supportc - −.130 <.001
 Diagnosis skin cancer breast −.041 .027
 Physical health - −.284 <.001
 General family functioning - .300 <.001
Depressiona
 Employed unemployed −.070 <.001
 One treatment modality None −.064 .001
 Two treatment modalities None −.034 .055
 Diagnosis female genital organs breast .036 .029
 Diagnosis male genital organs breast .051 .003
 Diagnosis hematological cancer breast .032 .049
 Diagnosis other cancer entity breast .058 .001
 Time since diagnosisd - −.032 .041
 Social supportc - −.206 <.001
 Physical health - −.354 <.001
 General family functioning - .336 <.001
  1. aAccording to the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS)
  2. bmissing values were excluded listwise, n = 2190 participants included into regression analyses; UICC staging was not included into analyses due to missing data in approximately 30% of the cases
  3. cAccording to the OSLO Social Support Scale
  4. din months
  5. eβ value: standardized beta-coefficient
  6. f p value determined according to stepwise-backward linear regression