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Thereafter, any combination of preoperative prognostic factors should be used not to deny liver surgery but to enroll high-risk patients in trials of peri-operative chemotherapy. However, Adam et al. reported that tumor progression in patients on neoadjuvant chemotherapy for resectable colorectal liver metastases should be considered an absolute contraindication to liver resection since it is associated with a poor outcome (8% at 5 years) [10]. More recently, data analyzed from the LiverMetSurvey international registry confirmed that tumor progression during chemotherapy is a negative prognostic factor but not an absolute contraindication to liver resection: the 5-year survival rate after liver resection was 35% in the progression group vs.

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