YOUNG PATIENTS WITH COLORECTAL CANCER HAVE HIGHER EARLY MORTALITY BUT BETTER LONG-TERM SURVIVAL : Clinical and Translational Gastroenterology

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YOUNG PATIENTS WITH COLORECTAL CANCER HAVE HIGHER EARLY MORTALITY BUT BETTER LONG-TERM SURVIVAL

Wang, Shuyuan MD2,#; Yuan, Zhen MD2,#; Ni, Kemin MD1,2,#; Zhan, Yixiang MD1,2,#; Zhao, Xuanzhu1,5; Liu, Zhaoce MD1,2; Liu, Yanfei MD6; Yi, Ben MD6; Lai, Sizhen MD5; Yin, Xin MD2; Zhou, Xingyu MD2; Wang, Yuqi MD2; Ping, Hangyu MD2; Xin, Ran MD2; Wang, Wenhong MD9; Li, Hongzhou MD10; Zhao, Yuanshun MD10; Han, Youkui MD11; Gao, Weifeng MD1; Jin, Xinlei MD5; Wang, Guihua MD7; Zhang, Zili MD8; Li, Guoxun MD1,3,4; Zhang, Qinghuai MD1,3,4; Zhang, Xipeng MD1,3,4; Ma, Hong MD1; Zhang, Chunze MD, PhD1,3,4,a

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Clinical and Translational Gastroenterology: October 21, 2022 - Volume - Issue - 10.14309/ctg.0000000000000543
doi: 10.14309/ctg.0000000000000543
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