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Fig. 6 | BMC Cancer

Fig. 6

From: Stomatin-like protein 2 is overexpressed in epithelial ovarian cancer and predicts poor patient survival

Fig. 6

The level of SLP-2 protein expression affects progression free survival and overall survival. a Kaplan–Meier curves with univariate analysis (log-rank) for epithelial ovarian cancer patients with high SLP-2 expression (n = 102) versus low or no SLP-2 expression (n = 38) for progression free survival and overall survival for all histological types. b Kaplan–Meier curves with univariate analysis (log-rank) for epithelial ovarian cancer patients with high SLP-2 expression (n = 60) versus low or no SLP-2 expression (n = 20) for progression free survival and overall survival for serous types. c Kaplan–Meier curves with univariate analysis (log-rank) for epithelial ovarian cancer patients with high SLP-2 expression (n = 28) versus low or no SLP-2 expression (n = 8) for progression free survival and overall survival for poorly differentiated types

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