Colorectal cancer survival outcomes better for private hospital patients

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 ...

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