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Delaying Start of Cancer Treatment Reduces Chance of Survival

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Prolonging time to treatment initiation (TTI) among patients with newly diagnosed cancer is associated with a significant increase in mortality, a recent Cleveland Clinic study found.

Receiving a cancer diagnosis is already mentally taxing on a patient, and waiting to start therapy only adds to the stress. Furthermore, this delay could negatively affect outcomes. Read more . . .


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