Daphne Jaoui

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BACKGROUND AND AIM Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is the most common liver cancer. We characterised HCC associated with infection compared with non-HBV-related HCC to understand interactions between viral and hepatocyte genomic alterations and their relationships with clinical features. METHODS Frozen HBV (n=86) or non-HBV-related (n=90) HCC were(More)
To cite: Amaddeo G, Cao Q, Ladeiro Y, et al. Gut 2015;64:820–829. ABSTRACT Background and aim Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is the most common liver cancer. We characterised HCC associated with infection compared with non-HBVrelated HCC to understand interactions between viral and hepatocyte genomic alterations and their relationships with clinical(More)
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