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Young early-onset colorectal cancer patients have a better survival rate, study shows – News-Medical.Net

New research by Yale Cancer Center shows patients with early-onset colorectal cancer, age 50 and younger, have a better survival rate than patients diagnosed with…

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New research by Yale Cancer Center shows patients with early-onset colorectal cancer, age 50 and younger, have a better survival rate than patients diagnosed with the disease later in life. The study was presented virtually today at the American Association of Cancer Research (AACR) annual meeting.
Although small, we were surprised by our findings. Past studies have shown younger colorectal patients, those under 50, were reported to experience worse survival compared with patients diagnosed at older…

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