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Diagnostic delay in cancer: why we can not solve the equation?

sam_2577
Amish territory

Diagnostic delay in cancer is a difficult subject to study with many confounder factors. Several papers have been published with controversial results about the relationship between delay and survival, although there is a clear tendence for a worse prognosis with longer delays. We will expose some of the confounder factors and biases that can interact with the association between  delay and survival.

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