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The General Relativity Theory of Cancer Epidemiology

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I will be presenting a study on the paradoxical association between time-to-diagnosis and tumour stage based on data from more than 10 000 colorectal cancer patients. The talk will focus on my struggle to reach (and communicate) a fundamental understanding of these observational data – and point to the need for general relativity theory in cancer epidemiology.

This talk is part of the National Cancer Registration Service (Eastern Office) Monthly Seminars series.

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