Influence of Sociodemographic Determinants on the Hodgkin Lymphoma Baseline Characteristics in Long Survivors Patients Enrolled in the Prospective Phase 3 Trial AHL2011.
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Chevreux S, de Barros S, Laurent C, Durand A, Delpierre C, Robert P, Joubert C, Griolet S, Kanoun S, Bastie JN, Casasnovas RO, Rossi C
Whereas numerous studies on several cancers describe the link between social conditions and disease severity, little is known about the social and demographic characteristics of Hodgkin lymphoma (HL) patients. At diagnosis, 10-15% of the patients in the advanced stages have a well-known poor outcome owing to their chemoresistance, but the determinants of the more advanced stages remain elusive. The objective of the present study was to decipher the potential impact of social disparities on the disease features at diagnosis and analyze how the sociodemographic patient features could impact the HL outcome of patients with advanced-stage HL enrolled in the AHL2011 trial.
Hodgkin lymphoma, PET, prognosis, social
Cancers (Basel). 2022 12 22;15(1):