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Hospitalized cancer patients who suffer cardiac arrest have lower survival rate, study finds

08:07 EDT 2 Aug 2017 | News-Medical.net

Patients with advanced cancer who suffer cardiac arrest in the hospital have a survival rate of less than 10 percent--half the rate of other patients without cancer, according to a nationwide study led by the University of Rochester Medical Center.

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