Published in Women's Health Weekly, November 10th, 2005
The objective of a study from Argentina "was to analyze prognostic factors and epidemiologic data in young women with invasive epithelial cancer (YWEOC). Forty consecutive cases were selected from our database, treated according to current standards."
"A control group with older patients (>40 years) was created using concurrent cohort technique (n=114)," wrote J. E. Sardi and colleagues. "Median follow-up was 95 months in YWEOC and 84 months in elder patients. They were grouped by FIGO stages, histologic...
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