Surgery for hepatocellular carcinoma: does it improve survival?
- Published Article
Annals of surgical oncology
- Publication Date
Mar 01, 2004
This study shows that surgical therapy is associated with improved survival in patients with unifocal, nonmetastatic HCC tumors <5 cm. If this is confirmed in future studies, efforts should be made to ensure that appropriate patients with resectable HCC receive high-quality care, as well as the opportunity for potentially curative surgery.
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