Cancer Ascites Responds to Outpatient Tx

Cancer Ascites Responds to Outpatient Tx
of malignant ascites with a monoclonal antibody proved safe and feasible, and led to a survival benefit in gynecologic cancer patients who could receive chemotherapy, a small clinical study showed. All 26 patients received at least … Read more on MedPage Today

Ensuring that life still has a meaning
… as part of their training – at any one time. The small team tackles a monumental task caring for hundreds of patients each year in the hospice's in-patient unit, out in the community and at the Great Western Hospital, where they assist staff and … Read more on Swindon Advertiser

Mechanical Forces Driving Breast Cancer Lead to Key Molecular Discovery
The findings, published online March 16, 2014 in Nature Medicine, may lead eventually to new treatment focused not only on molecular targets within cancerous cells, but also on mechanical properties of surrounding tissue, the researchers said. In a … Read more on UCSF News Services

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