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What is the best way to predict disease-free survival after preoperative radiochemotherapy for rectal cancer patients: tumor regression grading, nodal status, or circumferential resection margin invasion?



What is the best way to predict disease-free survival after preoperative radiochemotherapy for rectal cancer patients: tumor regression grading, nodal status, or circumferential resection margin invasion?



Journal of Clinical Oncology 24(8): 1319; Author Reply 1320-1




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DOI: 10.1200/JCO.2005.05.0963


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