Ariane Sasso

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TNM is a classification system for assessment of progression stage of malignant tumors. The physician, upon patient examination, classifies a tumor using three variables: T, N and M. Definitions of values for T, N and M depend on the tumor topography (or body part), specified as ICD-O codes. These values are then used to infer the Clinical Stage (CS) and(More)
Clinical trials are studies designed to assess whether a new intervention is better than the current alternatives. However, most of them fail to recruit participants on schedule. It is hard to use Electronic Health Record (EHR) data to find eligible patients, therefore studies rely on manual assessment, which is time consuming, inefficient and requires(More)
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