Abdominal cancer age
Curr Health Sci J ; 45 2 : Article En MEDLINE ID: mdl Colorectal cancer CRC is considered a major global health concern due to an increasing number of new cases and cancer-related deaths each year, strong link to dietary habits prevalent in middle and high-income countries and limited therapeutic options especially in locally-advanced and metastatic settings.
To counter this growing problem, the scientific community has strived to underpin the major molecular mechanisms behind the aggressive phenotype displayed by CRC and also develop new agents to selectively target and inhibit these core drivers.
This evolution has allowed the separation of patients according to different risk groups in concordance with epidemiological parameters alongside novel biomarkers such as gene alterations, protein overexpression and aberrant signaling pathways. In this study we included 20 patients who underwent colonoscopy and were later received histopathologic abdominal cancer age of CRC.
The statistical anamnestic data obtained from the patients age, gender, home distribution, signs and symptoms was corroborated with the results obtained from the histopathologic and immunohistochemical analysis of the samples obtained via colonoscopy. The average age was
Open in a separate window Hypopharynx cancer usually occurs in the second half of life, between 50—79 years, more frequent in males.