People with cancer are at risk for depression
As many as three in 10 people diagnosed with cancer will develop depression. Jeffrey Schweitzer, PhD, explains how that can affect a person's treatment outcome. He's the primary psychologist at the Upstate Cancer Center. Treating depression "starts with your support network," he says as he discusses the impact of depression both on people with cancer and their caregivers. To schedule an appointment with him, call 315-464-3510.