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Figure 2: (a) Kaplan–Meier distant recurrent free survival for CRC patients with different sexes (P = 0.02 'significant', log rank = 5.12). (b) Hazard function curve of distant recurrent free survival for CRC patients with different sexes indicating that female patients were more hazardous. (c) Kaplan–Meier distant recurrent free survival for CRC patients with different grades (P = 0.03 'significant', log rank = 6.83). and (d) hazard function curve of distant recurrent free survival for CRC patients with different grades indicating that patients had high grade were more hazardous. CRC, colorectal carcinoma.

Figure 2: (a) Kaplan–Meier distant recurrent free survival for CRC patients with different sexes (<i>P</i> = 0.02 'significant', log rank = 5.12). (b) Hazard function curve of distant recurrent free survival for CRC patients with different sexes indicating that female patients were more hazardous. (c) Kaplan–Meier distant recurrent free survival for CRC patients with different grades (<i>P</i> = 0.03 'significant', log rank = 6.83). and (d) hazard function curve of distant recurrent free survival for CRC patients with different grades indicating that patients had high grade were more hazardous. CRC, colorectal carcinoma.