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Year Number of Results
1939 1
1943 1
1945 27
1946 77
1947 97
1948 111
1949 96
1950 196
1951 273
1952 278
1953 325
1954 269
1955 326
1956 276
1957 278
1958 266
1959 279
1960 317
1961 308
1962 340
1963 859
1964 1529
1965 1324
1966 1034
1967 1442
1968 1808
1969 2104
1970 2357
1971 3124
1972 3143
1973 3058
1974 2907
1975 2479
1976 2573
1977 2991
1978 3341
1979 3659
1980 4050
1981 4508
1982 4738
1983 5281
1984 6134
1985 6300
1986 6721
1987 7113
1988 7601
1989 8576
1990 8759
1991 9584
1992 12013
1993 14446
1994 17356
1995 20195
1996 23158
1997 24106
1998 27630
1999 30319
2000 33322
2001 34492
2002 38636
2003 43816
2004 48175
2005 54538
2006 58380
2007 63525
2008 69176
2009 74904
2010 83114
2011 89561
2012 93158
2013 102678
2014 105094
2015 105875
2016 106283
2017 107911
2018 105190
2019 55609
2020 1514
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Breast cancer statistics and markers
Donepudi MS, et al. J Cancer Res Ther 2014 - Review. PMID 25313729 Free article.
Nomograms in oncology: more than meets the eye
Balachandran VP, et al. Lancet Oncol 2015 - Review. PMID 25846097 Free PMC article.
Rapid computation through user-friendly digital interfaces, together with increased accuracy, and more easily understood prognoses compared with conventional staging, allow for seamless incorporation of nomogram-derived prognosis to aid clinical decision making. ...
Rapid computation through user-friendly digital interfaces, together with increased accuracy, and more easily understood prognoses compared …
Reply
O'Leary JG, et al. Hepatology 2018. PMID 30199577
Soft tissue sarcoma nomograms and their incorporation into practice
Callegaro D, et al. Cancer 2017 - Review. PMID 28493287 Free article.
The accurate prediction of prognosis in patients with soft tissue sarcoma (STS) is a challenging issue. Extreme variability in the clinical and pathological characteristics of this family of tumors hinders the simple stratification of patients into meaningful prognostic cohorts. Precision medicine tools for the prediction of prognosis, such as nomograms, enable personalized computation of outcome based on clinical and pathological characteristics of both patient and tumor. ...
The accurate prediction of prognosis in patients with soft tissue sarcoma (STS) is a challenging issue. Extreme variability in the cl …
A MALT lymphoma prognostic index
Thieblemont C, et al. Blood 2017. PMID 28720586
What the "F"?
Chen D, et al. Am J Bioeth 2018. PMID 29313770
Expectations
Constantino MJ, et al. J Clin Psychol 2011 - Review. PMID 21128304
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