Intraepithelial tumour infiltrating lymphocytes are associated with absence of tumour budding and immature/myxoid desmoplastic reaction, and with better recurrence-free survival in stages I–III colorectal cancer

I. A. González, P. S. Bauer, J. Liu, Deyali Chatterjee

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