Poor HCC outcomes for Australians living outside major cities

A Queensland study of patients with hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) has confirmed the impact of geographical inequities on health outcomes The retrospective study of 1,651 patients with HCC found those living in rural and remote areas were significantly less likely to receive surgical resection for their cancer compared with patients living in metropolitan areas (9% v ...

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