Prognost ic Factors for Surv iva l in Adul t Pat ients With Cerebral Low-Grade Gl ioma

@inproceedings{Pignatti2002PrognostIF,
  title={Prognost ic Factors for Surv iva l in Adul t Pat ients With Cerebral Low-Grade Gl ioma},
  author={Francesco Pignatti and Martin J. van den Bent and Desmond Curran and Channa Debruyne and Richard Sylvester and Patrick Therasse and D{\'e}nes {\'A}fra and Philippe Cornu and Michel Bolla and Charles Vecht and Abul B. M. F. Karim},
  year={2002}
}
Purpose: To identify prognostic factors for survival in adult patients with cerebral low-grade glioma (LGG), to derive a prognostic scoring system, and to validate results using an independent data set. Patients and Methods: European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer (EORTC) trial 22844 and EORTC trial 22845 are the largest phase III trials ever carried out in adult patients with LGG. The trials were designed to investigate the dosage and timing of postoperative radiotherapy in… CONTINUE READING
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