After adjustment for demographic characteristics, tumor and nodal stage, and the use of definitive therapy, married patients were significantly less likely to die from cancer than patients who had never married or were separated, divorced, or widowed (adjusted hazard ratio [HR], 0.80; P < .001). This association remained significant for all of the cancer types evaluated in the study
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