Thursday 30 Jun 2016
Common data determinants of recurrent cancer are broken, mislead researchers
January 2, 2013 · 1 comment
A recent study published in the journal Medical Care shows that the commonly used methods of discovering patients with recurrent cancer within large medical databases don’t work and may be leading researchers astray.
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