Combining COPD with Clinical, Pathological and Demographic Information Refines Prognosis and Treatment Response Prediction of Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

@inproceedings{Putila2014CombiningCW,
  title={Combining COPD with Clinical, Pathological and Demographic Information Refines Prognosis and Treatment Response Prediction of Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer},
  author={Joseph J. Putila and Nancy Lan Guo},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Accurate assessment of a patient's risk of recurrence and treatment response is an important prerequisite of personalized therapy in lung cancer. This study extends a previously described non-small cell lung cancer prognostic model by the addition of chemotherapy and co-morbidities through the use of linked SEER-Medicare data. METHODOLOGY/PRINCIPAL FINDINGS Data on 34,203 lung adenocarcinoma and 26,967 squamous cell lung carcinoma patients were used to determine the contribution of… CONTINUE READING
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