Published in Cancer Weekly, October 31st, 2006
"Among the 665 patients who registered at our hospital, we reviewed 39 cases of high grade primary osteosarcoma in patients who were older than 40 yr of age. The aim of this study was to determine if a primary osteosarcoma in older patients has different clinical features, and a poorer prognosis than in younger patients," scientists in South Korea reported.
"Two evaluations were performed," explained D.G. Jeon and colleagues, Korea Cancer Center Hospital. "In the first, an attempt was made to determine the possible prognostic factors such as gender,...
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