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Is Hepatocellular Carinoma in Young Patients More Aggressive than Old Patients?
Jung Min Lee, Do Young Kim
J Liver Cancer. 2009;9(1):24-28.   Published online June 30, 2009

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Sigmoid Diverticulitis in Young Patients—A More Aggressive Disease than in Older Patients?
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Are old-old patients with major depression more likely to relapse than young-oldpatients during continuation treatment with escitalopram?
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Basal Cell Carcinoma in Young Adults: Not More Aggressive than in Older Patients
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Hepatocellular carcinoma during pregnancy: is hepatocellular carcinoma more aggressive in pregnant patients?
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Old, white, rich patients find it easier to get GP appointments than young, poor, black patients
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More than two-thirds of patients with localized aggressive periodontitis gained more than 2 millimeters of clinical attachment level after 4 years of maintenance treatment
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Adolescents and Young Adults with Breast Cancer have More Aggressive Disease and Treatment Than Patients in Their Forties
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Peripheral artery disease patients may benefit more from aggressive secondary prevention than aneurysm patients to improve survival
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Do Young Patients with Colorectal Cancer Have a Poorer Prognosis than Old Patients?
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