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the quality or state of being mortal

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Reductions in disease-specific mortality were uncommon and reductions in all-cause mortality were very uncommon.
In conclusion, regardless of a higher risk of other-cause mortality and independent of tumour and treatment characteristics, disease-specific mortality increases with age among postmenopausal women with hormone receptor-positive breast cancer," the researchers said.
The effect of surgery on all-cause and disease-specific mortality did not vary by age, race, self-perceived health status, or the presence of comorbidities.
The original study authors claimed the new data showed a statistically significant disease-specific mortality rate ratio of 0.
At present, there is little evidence that routine supplemental ultrasonography improves important outcomes such as disease-specific mortality at a rational cost.
7%); and disease-specific mortality was lower for men diagnosed in the screening group (35% vs.
In this study, radical prostatectomy for early prostate cancer decreased disease-specific mortality, but did not improve overall mortality.
data on overall and disease-specific mortality rates.
The primary goal of any cancer-screening test and subsequent program should be to reduce disease-specific mortality.
Continued monitoring of all-cause and disease-specific mortality is a must, they added.
Seven-year disease-specific mortality was 18% in the intermittent androgen suppression arm vs.