João Pedro W. de Azevedo

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Relapses after “curative resection” of rectal cancer may be localized and thus amenable to surgical treatment. The risk of relapse may be higher than previously believed depending on adequacy and length of follow-up, the diagnostic modalities used, and the number of autopsies performed. Technical refinements such as a distal margin >2 cm, radical pelvic(More)
Several economic models have described the theoretical causes and consequences of 'credit rationing' and 'under-investment. This literature shows the long-run effects of initial wealth distribution and en-trepreneurial ability on the process of occupational choice and performance, and its consequences on inequality. Surprisingly, there is very little(More)
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