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MDR1/P-pg may be a risk predictor for the invasion of laryngeal cancer. MDR1 knock down and VEGFR-2 inhibitor may be two promising treatment regiments for advanced laryngeal carcinoma patients with MDR and invasion/metastasis.
Minimally invasive ILI can effectively be used as palliative treatment to provide local tumor control and limb salvage in stage IV melanoma patients with advanced, symptomatic limb disease.
Aberrant DAPK methylation in tumor tissues is significantly higher compared with matching normal esophageal tissues, suggesting a fundamental role of this epigenetic alteration in the pathogenesis of this disease. The level of DAPK methylation in pretreatment biopsies of patients with locally...
Concomitant “pancreatitis-like” alterations hamper the assessment of local resectability in pancreatic cancer. Although palliative resection results in elevated perioperative morbidity compared with bypass procedures, mortality is equal, while survival is prolonged.
The dissection of posterior pancreatic head lymph nodes might be effective in AGC with macroscopic duodenum invasion since this has therapeutic value equivalent to that of second-tier lymph node dissection and might improve patients’ long-term outcomes.
We conclude that PVE significantly increases the future liver remnant. Only two-thirds of patients proceed to resection because of disease progression. Long-term survival is less than in patients who do not require PVE. The effect of PVE on tumour growth requires investigation.
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