oncology
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Cancer treatment delays can raise risk of death by 10% a month

A delay in cancer treatment of as little as four weeks is associated with increased mortality for a wide range of cancers and treatment modes, a study has found. Published in the BMJ, the study found that a four week delay in accessing surgical, systemic treatment and radiotherapy was associated with a 10% increase in ...

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