Colorectal cancer outcomes better for patients treated in private hospitals
By Michael Woodhead
30 Jan 2020
Patients with metastatic colorectal cancer (mCRC) receive more treatment and have significantly better survival times if treated in a private hospital rather than the public system, a study from South Australia shows. A review of data for 3470 patients treated for mCRC between 2006 – 2015 found that 30% were treated in private hospitals. Public ...