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This study highlights the potential importance of free cancer cell detection in the venous drainage of colorectal cancers as a prognostic indicator and a mode of staging colorectal cancers.
Several aspects of HRQL are impaired in disease-free patients treated for locally advanced rectal cancer. This knowledge may be useful in the preoperative counselling and postoperative support of these patients.
This is the only trial actively investigating the question of “adjuvant” chemotherapy in locally recurrent breast cancer. The case mix of accrual to date indicates a broad representation of this patient population.
Our experience suggests that comprehensive axillary staging with ultrasound and fine-needle aspiration (FNA) and sentinel lymph node biopsy prior to NEO is both prognostically and therapeutically important in predicting those patients at higher risk of recurrence.
This large, nonrandomized retrospective study found no evidence to support the use of adjuvant radiotherapy for high-risk melanoma. A multicenter randomized, controlled trial investigating this important clinical dilemma is advocated.
TMHSS provides an excellent correlative treatment plan for patients with gallbladder cancer. It has the potential to reduce unnecessary surgical explorations and to direct patients to the ideal treatment strategy, thereby offering a degree of prognostication.
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