Role of gender in the survival of surgical patients with nonsmall cell lung cancer

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PURPOSE There are reports of greater survival rates in nonsmall cell lung cancer (NSCLC) patients of female gender. The objective of this study was to evaluate the role of gender in survival of NSCLC patients treated surgically with curative intent (stage I/II). METHODS In a retrospective cohort design, we screened 498 NSCLC patients submitted to… (More)
DOI: 10.4103/1817-1737.114297

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@inproceedings{Scaglia2013RoleOG, title={Role of gender in the survival of surgical patients with nonsmall cell lung cancer}, author={N{\'o}ris Coimbra Scaglia and Jos{\'e} Miguel Chatkin and Jos{\'e} Pinto and Maria T.R. Tsukazan and M{\'a}rio Benardo Wagner and Adriana F. Saldanha}, booktitle={Annals of thoracic medicine}, year={2013} }