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Young Aged Colorectal Cancer Patients: Do They Have a Bad Prognosis?
Clin Endosc. 2010;40(2):84-89.   Published online 2010 February 27

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Do Young Patients with Colorectal Cancer Have a Poorer Prognosis than Old Patients?
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Do Young Patients with Colorectal Cancer Have a Poorer Prognosis than Old Patients?
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Young colorectal carcinoma patients do not have a poorer prognosis: a comparative review of 2,426 cases
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Hispanic patients with head and neck cancer do not have a worse prognosis than Anglo-American patients
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Why do younger breast cancer patients with blood group O have favorable prognosis?
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A paradox explained? Patients with delayed diagnosis of symptomatic colorectal cancer have good prognosis
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P140 Do medullary breast cancer patients have better prognosis compared to patients with breast cancer of other tumor types?
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P-160 Young Latin American population with colorectal cancer: Characteristics of bad prognosis
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Polymorphisms of TSER and MTHFR are associated with prognosis of fluoropyrimidine-based therapy in colorectal cancer patients
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The role of gender and other factors in the prognosis of young patients with colorectal cancer
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