Published: Sanae El Ibrahimi

Sanae El Ibrahimi (Environmental and Occupational Health), Matthew Lee Smith of the Center for Population Health and Aging at Texas A&M University, and Paulo Pinheiro of the department of public health sciences at the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine recently published an article on the "Role of Pre-existing Type 2 Diabetes in Colorectal Cancer Survival Among Older Americans: a SEER-Medicare Population-based Study 2002–2011" in the International Journal of Colorectal Cancer. The study aimed at assessing the association between pre-existing diabetes, with and without complications, and colorectal cancer mortality (all cause and cause-specific) using population-based cohort of U.S. adults. El Ibrahimi is a graduate student.

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