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To many who are involved with the staging of tumors of the large bowel, Dukes—it seems—reigns supreme, even over realms that Dukes himself never envisioned.
Nowhere is this more evident than in the argument over the staging of President Ronald Reagan's colon cancer. With the approaching first...
Whenever a prominent public figure comes down with a medical problem or an identifiable disease, public interest in that disease surges.
President Reagan's colon cancer proved no exception. When it was announced that the President had undergone surgery for colon cancer, there was a sudden...
Dukes' initial staging system for rectal cancer is described in his paper (J Pathol Bacteriol 1932; 35:323-332).
Later, Dukes divided his original stage C (lymph node involvement) into two parts, Cl and C2 (Br J Surg 1935;23:395-413). Subsequently, R. S. Grinnell, MD (Ann Surg 1939;109:500-533)...
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