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Regional and socio-economic variation in survival after a pancreatic cancer diagnosis in Denmark.

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Summary of "Regional and socio-economic variation in survival after a pancreatic cancer diagnosis in Denmark."

Pancreatic cancer is among the most lethal malignancies with a five-year survival of about 5%, and the only curative treatment is surgical resection. Denmark consists of five governmental regions and has four surgical centres. Our aim was to explore the regional and socio-economic differences in overall survival following a pancreatic cancer diagnosis in Denmark.

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Name: Danish medical journal
ISSN: 2245-1919
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