Cancer findings occur in young and younger people

The findings come from a meta-analysis of 302 clinical trials with 262,354 participants enrolled between 1994 and 2015. The median age of these participants was 6.49 years younger (P < .001) than the median age of real-world patients with the same cancers in a federal database. That’s a “substantial difference,” the authors comment. (Taken from Medscape)

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