Published in Cancer Weekly, August 19th, 2008
"Moreover, the numbers of the patients in each age group were not the same. This study was done to examine the ''true relationship'' between PanINs and age. Ninety autopsied normal appearing pancreases from all age groups (from under 10s to 80s) were examined. Each group had 10 patients. The relationship between PanINs and age was studied. The...
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