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    • Characteristics of Early-Onset vs Late-Onset Colorectal Cancer: A Review. 

      Zaborowski, Alexandra M.; Abdile, Ahmed; Adamina, Michel; Aigner, Felix; d'Allens, Laura; Allmer, Caterina; Álvarez, Andrea; Anula, Rocio; Andric, Mihailo; Atallah, Sam; Bach, Simon; Bala, Miklosh; Barussaud, Marie; Bausys, Augustinas; Bebington, Brendan; Beggs, Andrew; Bellolio, Felipe; Bennett, Melissa-Rose; Berdinskikh, Anton; Bevan, Vicki; Biondo, Sebastiano; Bislenghi, Gabriele; Bludau, Marc; Boutall, Adam; Brouwer, Nelleke; Brown, Carl; Bruns, Christiane; Buchanan, Daniel D.; Buchwald, Pamela; Burger, Jacobus W. A.; Burlov, Nikita; Campanelli, Michela; Capdepont, Maylis; Carvello, Michele; Chew, Hwee-Hoon; Christoforidis, Dimitri; Clark, David; Climent, Marta; Cologne, Kyle G.; Contreras, Tomas; Croner, Roland; Daniels, Ian R.; Dapri, Giovanni; Davies, Justin; Delrio, Paolo; Denost, Quentin; Deutsch, Michael; Dias, Andre; D'Hoore, André; Drozdov, Evgeniy; Duek, Daniel; Dunlop, Malcolm; Dziki, Adam; Edmundson, Aleksandra; Efetov, Sergey; El-Hussuna, Alaa; Elliot, Brodie; Emile, Sameh; Espin, Eloy; Evans, Martyn; Faes, Seraina; Faiz, Omar; Fleming, Fergal; Foppa, Caterina; Fowler, George; Frasson, Matteo; Figueiredo, Nuno; Forgan, Tim; Frizelle, Frank; Gadaev, Shamil; Gellona, Jose; Glyn, Tamara; Gong, Jianping; Goran, Barisic; Greenwood, Emma; Guren, Marianne G.; Guillon, Stephanie; Gutlic, Ida; Hahnloser, Dieter; Hampel, Heather; Hanly, Ann; Hasegawa, Hirotoshi; Iversen, Lene Hjerrild; Hill, Andrew; Hill, James; Hoch, Jiri; Hoffmeister, Michael; Hompes, Roel; Hurtado, Luis; Iaquinandi, Fabiano; Imbrasaite, Ugne; Islam, Rumana; Jafari, Mehrenah Dorna; Kanemitsu, Yukihide; Karachun, Aleksei; Karimuddin, Ahmer A.; Keller, Deborah S.; Kelly, Justin; Kennelly, Rory; Khrykov, Gleb; Kocian, Peter; Koh, Cherry; Kok, Neils; Knight, Katrina A.; Knol, Joep; Kontovounisios, Christos; Korner, Hartwig; Krivokapic, Zoran; Kronberger, Irmgard; Kroon, Hidde Maarten; Kryzauskas, Marius; Kural, Said; Kusters, Miranda; Lakkis, Zaher; Lankov, Timur; Larson, Dave; Lázár, György; Lee, Kai-Yin; Lee, Suk Hwan; Lefèvre, Jérémie H.; Lepisto, Anna; Lieu, Christopher; Loi, Lynette; Lynch, Craig; Maillou-Martinaud, Helene; Maroli, Annalisa; Martin, Sean; Martling, Anna; Matzel, Klaus E.; Mayol, Julio; McDermott, Frank; Meurette, Guillaume; Millan, Monica; Mitteregger, Martin; Moiseenko, Andrei; Monson, John R. T.; Morarasu, Stefan; Moritani, Konosuke; Möslein, Gabriela; Munini, Martino; Nahas, Caio; Nahas, Sergio; Negoi, Ionut; Novikova, Anastasia; Ocares, Misael; Okabayashi, Koji; Olkina, Alexandra; Oñate-Ocaña, Luis; Otero, Jaime; Ozen, Cihan; Pace, Ugo; São Julião, Guilherme Pagin; Panaiotti, Lidiia; Panis, Yves; Papamichael, Demetris; Park, Jason; Patel, Swati; Patrón Uriburu, Juan Carlos; Pera, Miguel; Perez, Rodrigo O.; Petrov, Alexei; Pfeffer, Frank; Phang, P. Terry; Poskus, Tomas; Pringle, Heather; Proud, David; Raguz, Ivana; Rama, Nuno; Rasheed, Shahnawaz; Raval, Manoj J.; Rega, Daniela; Reissfelder, Christoph; Reyes Meneses, Juan Carlos; Ris, Frederic; Riss, Stefan; Rodriguez-Zentner, Homero; Roxburgh, Campbell S.; Saklani, Avanish; Salido, Andrea Jiménez; Sammour, Tarik; Saraste, Deborah; Schneider, Martin; Seishima, Ryo; Sekulic, Aleksandar; Seppala, Toni; Sheahan, Kieran; Shine, Rebecca; Shlomina, Alexandra; Sica, Guiseppe S.; Singnomklao, Tongplaew; Siragusa, Leandro; Smart, Neil; Solis, Alejandro; Spinelli, Antonino; Staiger, Roxane D.; Stamos, Michael J.; Steele, Scott; Sunderland, Michael; Tan, Ker-Kan; Tanis, Pieter J.; Tekkis, Paris; Teklay, Biniam; Tengku, Sabrina; Jiménez-Toscano, Marta; Tsarkov, Petr; Turina, Matthias; Ulrich, Alexis; Vailati, Bruna B.; van Harten, Meike; Verhoef, Kees; Warrier, Satish; Wexner, Steve; de Wilt, Hans; Weinberg, Benjamin A.; Wells, Cameron; Wolthuis, Albert; Xynos, Evangelos; You, Nancy; Zakharenko, Alexander; Zeballos, Justino; Winter, Des C. (American Medical Association, 2021-06-30)
      IMPORTANCE: The incidence of early-onset colorectal cancer (younger than 50 years) is rising globally, the reasons for which are unclear. It appears to represent a unique disease process with different clinical, pathological, ...