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e-Book Single Agents in Cancer Chemotherapy download

e-Book Single Agents in Cancer Chemotherapy download

by R. B. Livingston

ISBN: 030665153X
ISBN13: 978-0306651533
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; First Edition edition (November 1, 1970)
Pages: 406
Category: Medicine and Health Sciences
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Single Agents in Cancer Chemotherapy.

Single Agents in Cancer Chemotherapy. eBook 71,39 €. price for Russian Federation (gross). In the past 15 years, this national network has collected a large body of data on all of the recognized anti-tumor drugs as well as upon new, experimentally promising agents.

Carter and Livingston have not only succeeded in organ~z~ng this large corpus, they have in addition analyzed .

Carter and Livingston have not only succeeded in organ~z~ng this large corpus, they have in addition analyzed and interpreted the clinical data in a way that will be highly useful for years to come. C. Gordon Zubrod, M. D. Scientific Director for Chemotherapy National Cancer Institute National Institutes of Health Bethesda, Maryland v Acknowledgment The authors wish to thank Dr. Gordon Zubrod and Dr.

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chemotherapy agents used in cancer treatment. optimum use of cancer chemotherapy agents in older cancer. patients in the adjuvant, curative, and palliative settings is a. very pressing and timely issue in oncology.

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Single-agent chemotherapy. Poorly differentiated tumor. Response Rate for Single Chemotherapy Agents in Recurrent Head and Neck Cancer

Single-agent chemotherapy. Well-differentiated tumor. Response Rate for Single Chemotherapy Agents in Recurrent Head and Neck Cancer. The basic principle of combination chemotherapy is to combine agents with complementary or synergistic mechanisms of action and non-overlapping toxicity for improved antitumor response and outcome. Many chemotherapy combinations have been tested in head and neck cancer and have come to be utilized for the palliation of recurrent and metastatic disease, in simultaneous chemoradiation treatment programs, and in neoadjuvant treatment regimens.

In the past 15 years, this national network has collected a large body of data on all of the recognized anti-tumor drugs as well as upon new, experimentally promising agents.

Cancer cells could conceivably mutate to become resistant to a single agent, but by using different drugs concurrently .

Cancer cells could conceivably mutate to become resistant to a single agent, but by using different drugs concurrently it would be more difficult for the tumor to develop resistance to the combination. Time line for cancer chemotherapy A time line of milestones in cancer chemotherapy from the National Cancer Institute that includes recollections of people involved with the NCI effort. This was put together on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Cancer Chemotherapy National Service Center (CCNSC).

Current gold-standard cancer treatment approaches such as surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy, continue to have limitations of adverse side effects to the healthy tissues/organs surrounding the tumour. The combined photothermal and CfAC therapy holds significant promise for enhanced therapeutic benefits with minimal/no side effects when translated into human application, he explained.

Get a full overview of Cancer Sensitizing Agents for Chemotherapy Book Series. Most recent Volume: Overcoming Ovarian Cancer Chemoresistance. Current cancer management strategies fail to adequately treat malignancies with chemotherapy, with multivariable dose-restrictive factors such as systemic toxicity and multi-drug resistance, hence, limiting therapeutic benefits, quality of life and complete long-term remission rates. Tumor cells respond to chemotherapy with reduced uptake and increased intracellular inactivation of the drugs, increased DNA repair and general resistance to cell death.

The clinical trials program of anti-tumor drugs was started by the National Cancer Institute in 1955. In the past 15 years, this national network has collected a large body of data on all of the recognized anti-tumor drugs as well as upon new, experimentally promising agents. While the most important of these studies have been published, there has remained a wealth of data not generally available to the scientific community. Drs. Carter and Livingston have not only succeeded in organ~z~ng this large corpus, they have in addition analyzed and interpreted the clinical data in a way that will be highly useful for years to come. From a perusal of this volume it becomes apparent that some drugs are more active against certain tumors than had been realized; that the evidence for the activity of certain drugs against specific tumors is sometimes tenuous; surprisingly, that some highly active agents have never been tried against some of the fairly common tumors. Their monumental work has provided not only access to the hard data, it has also shown the need for research to fill in important gaps in our knowledge. The authors and the IFI/Plenum Press are to be congratulated for this useful and important work. C. Gordon Zubrod, M. D. Scientific Director for Chemotherapy National Cancer Institute National Institutes of Health Bethesda, Maryland v Acknowledgment The authors wish to thank Dr. C. Gordon Zubrod and Dr.
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