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In their work with patients, the Konyas write, they have encountered difficulties tied to the use of words and phrases used in systemic therapy.
Systemic therapy should be considered for localised disease not otherwise amenable to potentially curative resection or radiotherapy, as neo- or adjuvant treatment for localised intra-abdominal tumours, and in the setting of multifocal disease.
The excellent local and distant outcomes in this study highlight the effects of multiple changes in breast cancer man agement" in recent years, including "improved imaging, more detailed pathological evaluation, improved planning of surgical and radiation approaches, and more effective systemic therapy," Dr.
In our population, only five cases required systemic therapy, according to study indications, and mupirocin resistance was not detected during follow-up.
The ODAC panel members reviewed data on axitinib, including results from the Phase 3 AXIS trial of patients whose disease had progressed following treatment with one systemic therapy.
Cosentyx s safety and effectiveness were established in four clinical trials with a total of 2,403 participants with plaque psoriasis who were candidates for phototherapy or systemic therapy.
The decision to administer systemic therapy should be made by a multidisciplinary team consisting of oncologists, radiotherapists, surgeons, nurses and social workers.
1 Comparative Analysis: Systemic Therapy Radioisotopes Market, 2011 & 2018 (%)
Pfizer, New York, NY, announced the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) Oncologic Drugs Advisory Committee (ODAC) voted unanimously (13-0) that data for the investigational agent axitinib supports a favorable benefit/risk profile for the treatment of patients with advanced renal cell carcinoma (RCC) after failure of a first-line systemic therapy.
Decreased rumor burden has sometimes been shown to increase the usefulness of systemic therapy, but I think that, all in all, case selection simply promotes breast surgery in patients with a better prognosis.
This new finding indicates that women with small HER2-positive tumors should be considered candidates for adjuvant systemic therapy, which is not now the case, Dr.