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The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center


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Cohen, Lorenzo; Wei, Qingyi; Marshall, Gailen; Devine, Danielle; Kleinerman, Eugenie; Weber, Kristy L.; Copeland, Donna R. : Zwelling, Leonard A.; Fossella, Frank V.; Komaki, Ritsuke; Walsh, Garrett L.; Spitz, Margaret R.; Gerner, Judy; Stress, Psychological; Psychological Distress; Psychoneuroimmunology; Immune System; Killer Cells, Natural; Th1 Cells; Th2 Cells; Th1-Th2 Balance; Interleukins; Carcinoma, Renal Cell; vitespin; Heat-Shock Proteins; Cancer Vaccines; Stress, Physiological; Yoga; Relaxation Therapy; Adolescent; Neoplasms; Pleural Effusion; Bone Marrow; Neoplasm Staging; Palliative Care; Small Cell Lung Carcinoma; Ethics Committees, Research; Central Nervous System Neoplasms; Cognitive Behavioral Therapy; Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity; Cognitive Remediation; Cancer Survivors; Behavioral Medicine; Psychological Distress; Exercise; Neoplasms; Thoracentesis; Drug Therapy; Chemotherapy, Adjuvant; Irinotecan; Cisplatin.


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OncoLog, Volume 46, Number 03, March 2001