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These different parameters determine which treatment is the most appropriate for the patient. Thus, TUSC3 seems to have an apoptotic function in ER which inhibits tumor growth and thus protects a protective function in colorectal carcinoma. Beyond standard adjuvant therapy for colon cancer: Optimizing the outcome for patients with rectal cancer. Langenbecks Arch Surg ; Applying quality of life principles in international cancer clinical trials.
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TUSC3 could contribute to the early detection and prognosis of human KRK as a potential new biomarker and would be an important starting point for the early analysis of chemoresistance in the systemic treatment of KRK.
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