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Xavier Llor, MD, PhD, on Colorectal Cancer: Why Are More Younger People Being Affected?

AACR Virtual Annual Meeting 2020 II

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Xavier Llor, MD, PhD, of Yale University School of Medicine, discusses the steep rise of early-onset colorectal cancer over the past 15 years, which cannot be explained by genetic predisposition but may be prompted by environmental factors (Session ED35).



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