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Table 1 Clinico-pathological variables for the patient cohort (n = 462).

From: Evidence that the p53 negative / Bcl-2 positive phenotype is an independent indicator of good prognosis in colorectal cancer: A tissue microarray study of 460 patients

Age (years) Median 72
  Range 57–89
Gender Male 266 (58%)
  Female 196 (42%)
Status Alive 169 (37%)
  Dead (colorectal cancer related) 228 (49%)
  Dead (non-colorectal cancer causes) 64 (14%)
  Unknown 1
Histological type Adenocarcinoma 392 (85%)
  Mucinous carcinoma 51 (11%)
  Columnar carcinoma 4 (1%)
  Signet ring carcinoma 7 (1%)
  Unknown 8 (2%)
Histological grade Well differentiated 29 (6%)
  Moderately differentiated 353 (77%)
  Poorly differentiated 71 (15%)
  Unknown 9 (2%)
Tumour site Colon 238 (52%)
  Rectal 181 (39%)
  Unknown 43 (9%)
TNM stage 0 (Tis) 3 (1%)
  1 69 (15%)
  2 174 (38%)
  3 155 (33%)
  4 54 (12%)
  Unknown 7 (2%)
Extramural vascular invasion Negative 224 (48%)
  Positive 128 (28%)
  Unknown 110 (24%)