This Week in the British Medical Journal | GenomeWeb

In the British Medical Journal this week, Helen Mooney says that a new a report from the National Cancer Intelligence Network shows that rates for cancer surgery in England are much lower in middle-aged people than they are in younger people. Although the Network isn't surprised that there is a dropoff in surgery rates the older people get, what is surprising is that it is happening in people as young as 50, Mooney says.

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