Women may have better survival than men in Merkle cell carcinoma

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February 23, 2021

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Mortality associated with Merkle cell carcinoma may be lower among women compared with men, according to a retrospective study.

“Studies have observed that women have better outcomes than men in melanoma, but less is known about the influence of sex differences on outcomes for other aggressive cutaneous malignancies,” Moses Tam, MD, of the department of radiation oncology at New York University Langone Health, and colleagues wrote.

Tam and colleagues culled patients with nonmetastatic Merkle cell carcinoma (MCC) undergoing surgery and lymph node evaluation from the National Cancer Database (NCDB) and the Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER) database to determine whether women and men have different outcomes in MCC…

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