A retrospective analysis of more than 7000 patients found a potential association between colorectal cancer, hepatic metastasis, and chronic HBV status.
Presentation without alarm symptoms linked to long duration to referral in multivariable analysis.
Although cancer survivors report positive quality of life outcomes, patients with colorectal cancer tend to report dissatisfaction with their quality of life and at least one survivorship issue.
Nine or more MET hours per week tied to lower risk for grade ≥3 treatment-related adverse events.
[Cancer Management and Research] This retrospective study investigated the likelihood of CVD-related chronic conditions being diagnosed in survivors of nonmetastatic CRC and of effective management of these conditions over 12 months following CRC diagnosis.