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CURRENT PROGNOSTIC FACTORS IN COLORECTAL CANCER

@inproceedings{Graziano2018CURRENTPF,
  title={CURRENT PROGNOSTIC FACTORS IN COLORECTAL CANCER},
  author={Giorgio Graziano and Antonio Di Cataldo and Antonino Graziano},
  year={2018}
}
Introduction: Colorectal carcinoma is one of the main causes of mortality due to neoplasia in all Western countries and with high technological development. There are 150,000 in Europe and 30,000 in Italy 5-year survival is on average 40-50%, reaching 80-90% in the early forms Approximately 80% of patients with colon cancer are diagnosed with radically resectable disease. 35% of these develop a disease recovery that in most cases (80%) occurs within the first 2 or 3 years after surgery and the… 
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