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Fast-track surgery boosts success rate for cancer patients – The Scotsman

01:05 EDT 1 Aug 2017 | Life Sciences Health

The ScotsmanFast-track surgery boosts success rate for cancer patientsThe ScotsmanFast-track surgery to treat pancreatic cancer increases its success rate by more than a fifth, saving the NHS £3,200 per patient, research has found. The University Hospitals Birmingham pilot cut the average time to surgery from two months to just over ...and more

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