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From: Leukocyte subtyping predicts for treatment failure and poor survival in anal squamous cell carcinoma

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Increased peripheral blood leukocytes or circulating neutrophils predict poor outcomes in anal SCC patients. Peripheral blood specimens were collected from 42 chemo-naïve patients with anal SCC and subjected to routine complete blood count (CBC) with differential. Using these data, the number of (A) total white blood cells (WBCs), (B) absolute neutrophil count (ANC), (C) lymphocytes, (D) CD4 + T-cells for the 21 HIV + patients, (E) monocytes, and (F) eosinophils were related to clinical outcomes in the form of primary therapy outcome, overall survival (OS), and disease-specific survival (DSS). Data are presented as an individual value plot and considered significant at p < 0.05 

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