RSM Debate: Against: This house believes that metastasectomy for colorectal cancer metastases has led to improved survival and quality of life
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Professor Tom Treasure debates against the motion, describing how data is skewed by living longer during treatment for colorectal cancer. Professor Treasure questions the validity of several recent studies due to the impacts of poor data.
This lecture was filmed at the "gastrointestinal cancer study day" meeting at the Royal Society of Medicine in London
Date of Lecture: 8th March 2017
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