Preclinical and clinical aspects of carboplatin and gemcitabine combined with whole-body hyperthermia for pancreatic adenocarcinoma release_4qwuls6gnvgvdc3kthjdkffwmi

by Afsaneh Bakshandeh-Bath, Anne S Stoltz, Nils Homann, Thomas Wagner, Stephanie Stölting, Stefan O Peters

Published in Anticancer Research.

2009   Volume 29, Issue 8, p3069-77


Advanced pancreatic adenocarcinoma is usually treated with single-agent gemcitabine chemotherapy or combinations that include gemcitabine application that have palliative benefit but do not lead to survival benefits. We present the results of preclinical and clinical studies using combination chemotherapies that include 41.8 degrees C whole-body hyperthermia for pancreatic adenocarcinoma.
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