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Patients more likely to survive in research-active hospitals

Bowel cancer patients treated in hospitals where large amounts of clinical research is taking place are more likely to survive – even if they themselves are not involved in the clinical trials, a study by the University of Leeds has found.   Researchers found that more people survived operations in these types of hospitals and patients were also more likely to still be alive when followed up five years afterwards. […]

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