The fact that locoregional recurrence continues to be a very strong prognostic factor, also after an extended disease-free interval shows that it probably is an indicator of distant disease occurring simultaneously, rather than the instigator of disease progression in the majority of cases. Nevertheless, he said that further research on locoregional recurrences was required. To time, it remains difficult to assess whether a locoregional recurrence is normally a true recurrence or another primary.If there is a constant presence of on-site examining at schools, testing appears to be less stigmatized. It could also increase understanding of the testing process and make it much less scary. The scholarly study was published Aug. 26 in the Journal of Adolescent Health.
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