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Although promising results with radioimmunotherapy and radioimmunodiagnosis in haematological diseases, have been reported, they are less encouraging results in solid tumours. Experimental mathematical models suggest that optimization of antibody-based therapy and diagnosis is possible and that...
In recent years, increasing interest in genetic abnormalities and biologic factors such as the tumour suppressor gene p53 as possible predictive and prognostic factor in gliomas has emerged. Inactivation of p53 can result in resistance to apoptosis, one of the mechanisms thought to explain the...
Breast cancer metastasizes frequently to the skeleton and causes considerable morbidity and deterioration of the quality of life. The clinical consequences of skeletal metastases are bone pain, pathological fractures, hypercalcaemia and nerve compression syndromes. From the moment breast cancer...
Pancreatic cancer represents the fourth leading cause of cancer death in men and the fifth in women. Prognosis remains dismal, mainly because the diagnosis is made late in the clinical course of the disease. The need to improve the diagnosis, detection, and treatment of pancreatic cancer is...
The immunocytological detection of disseminated epithelial cells in bone marrow in patients with breast cancer has been performed at many hospitals and institutes since the early 1980s. Despite numerous publications in this field, it has not been possible to standardize the method and establish...
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