Tumor-infiltrating lymphocyte as a prognostic biomarker in stage IV colorectal cancer should take into account the metastatic status and operation modality Qian-Kun Xie,1,* Wen-Zhuo He,1,* Wan-Ming
An increased number of negative lymph nodes is associated with a higher immune response and longer survival in colon cancer patients Wen-Zhuo He,1,* Qian-Kun Xie,1,* Wan-Ming Hu,2–4,* Peng-fei Kong,1 ... tumor. We evaluated all of the sections and those with the most invasive part of the primary tumor were chosen to avoid bias. Dr Wan-Ming Hu and Dr Hui-Zhong Zhang assessed these markers. When the 8 1 0 2
,* Jin-Ye Xie,3,* Peng-Fei Kong,1 Wan-Ming Hu,4 Lin Yang,1 Yuan-Zhong Yang,4 Qian-Kun Xie,1 Chang Jiang,1 Chen-Xi Yin,1 Gui-Fang Guo,1 Hui-Juan Qiu,1 Bei Zhang,1 Liang-Ping Xia1 1VIP Region, State Key
Elevated preoperative neutrophil-to-lymphocyte ratio is associated with poor prognosis in gastrointestinal stromal tumor patients Chang Jiang,1–3,* Wan-Ming Hu,2–4,* Fang-Xin Liao,1–3 Qiong Yang,1–3
Background The focus of this study was to assess the impact of lymphovascular invasion (LVI) on both the recurrence of cancer and the long-term survival of Chinese patients with resectable gastric cancer (GC). Methods A retrospective analysis of the clinicopathological data for 1148 GC patients who had undergone gastrectomy with regional lymphadenectomy was performed. The primary...