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Association of Surgical Timing with Outcomes in Early Stage Lung Cancer

Friday, February 3, 2023

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Source Name: World Journal of Surgery


Kian C. Banks, Jennifer R. Dusendang, Julie A. Schmittdiel, Diana S. Hsu, Simon K. Ashiku, Ashish R. Patel, Lori C. Sakoda, Jeffrey B. Velotta

Since time to surgery for lung cancer is not well established, researchers aimed to assess whether time to surgery from diagnosis correlates with outcomes like unplanned return to care, mortality, and disease recurrence. The study found that patients with time to surgery within four weeks experienced lower rates of recurrence, which may be shorter than previously reported.

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