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The Association Between Body Mass Index and Immunohistochemical Subtypes in Breast Cancer
Background:Body mass index (BMI) is defined as a poor prognostic factor in patients with breast cancer(BC). However, there are controversial results regarding the various effects of BMI on BC, hence the exactpathophysiology ...
Tamoxifen-Induced Tissue Factor Pathway Inhibitor Reduction: A Clue for an Acquired Thrombophilic State?
(Oxford Univ Press, 2004)
Background: Current understanding of hemostatic systems enables us to better explore the enigmatic pathobiology of tamoxifen (TAM)-induced thrombotic diathesis. We have therefore aimed to assess the hemostatic changes in ...
Targeted Therapies in Gastric Cancer and Future Perspectives
(Baishideng Publishing Group Inc, 2016)
Advanced gastric cancer (AGC) is associated with a high mortality rate and, despite multiple new chemotherapy options, the survival rates of patients with AGC remains poor. After the discovery of targeted therapies, research ...
Stereotactic Re-Irradiation For Recurrent Or Second Primary Head-And-Neck Cancer
(The Official Journal of Turkish Society for Radiation Oncology, 2018)
Local recurrence after definitive radiotherapy for advanced head-and-neck cancer is observed in 30%– 60% of the patients. Surgical resection is possible in only about 25% of the cases. Re-irradiation for local recurrence ...
Successful Treatment of Intracaval and Atrial Extension of Wilms' Tumour by Chemotherapy
(British Med Journal Publ Group, 1996)
A patient presenting with advanced Wilms' tumour was diagnosed as having inferior vena cava involvement with tumour thrombus extending up to the right atrium, and was treated with preoperative chemotherapy (vincristine, ...