T2 gallbladder cancer shows substantial survival variation between continents and this is not due to histopathologic criteria or pathologic sampling differences

@article{DeSimone2021T2GC,
  title={T2 gallbladder cancer shows substantial survival variation between continents and this is not due to histopathologic criteria or pathologic sampling differences},
  author={M. DeSimone and M. Goodman and B. Pehlivanoğlu and Bahar Memiş and Serdar Balci and J. Roa and K. Jang and Jin-Young Jang and Seung-Mo Hong and Kyoungbun Lee and Haeryoung Kim and Hyejeong Choi and T. Muraki and J. Araya and E. Bellolio and J. Sarmiento and S. Maithel and Hector F. Losada and O. Basturk and Michelle D Reid and J. Koshiol and V. Adsay},
  journal={Virchows Archiv},
  year={2021},
  pages={1-10}
}
Published data on survival of T2 gallbladder carcinoma (GBC) from different countries show a wide range of 5-year survival rates from 30–> 70%. Recently, studies have demonstrated substantial variation between countries in terms of their approach to sampling gallbladders, and furthermore, that pathologists from different continents apply highly variable criteria in determining stage of invasion in this organ. These findings raised the question of whether these variations in pathologic… Expand

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