This retrospective study reported that conditional survival estimates may provide critical quantitative information about the changing probability of survival over time among patients undergoing liver resection for intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma. Krige and Kahn provide a related invited commentary.
This nationwide cohort study defines stage-specific treatments and prognosis of colon cancer diagnosed in young adults (ages 18-49 years) vs older adults (ages 65-75 years).
This study of survivorship based on the French national health insurance database reports that total hip replacement characteristics are related to early prosthetic revision.
This retrospective review of data indicates that the survival outcome in patients undergoing surgery for gastric cancer is associated with lymph node count rather than with cancer program classification.