Centromere Protein H and Ki67 in Relapse-free Survival with Hypopharyngeal Cancers

Abstract

Hypopharyngeal squamous cell cancer (HSCC) is a rare malignancy accounting for approximately 0.5% of all human malignancies and representing about 3% to 5% of all head and neck cancers (Hoffman et al. 1998) (Cooper et al., 2009). Most patients with HSSC share a common history of tobacco and/or alcohol abuse. Despite improvements in surgical and… (More)

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@inproceedings{Wang2012CentromerePH, title={Centromere Protein H and Ki67 in Relapse-free Survival with Hypopharyngeal Cancers}, author={Jun-Xi Wang and Ying-Yao Zhang and Xue-Min Yu and Tong Jin and Xin-liang Pan}, year={2012} }