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The concept of mathematically optimised dose-scheduling as applied to the adjuvant chemotherapy of primary breast cancer : theory and recent results

Author
NORTON, Larry1
[1] Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY, United States
Conference title
Appropriate chemotherapy - optimal results. Highlights from a teaching course under the auspices of EORTC. 10-11 November 2006
Conference name
Appropriate Chemotherapy, Optimal Results. Symposium (Nice 2006-11-10)
Author (monograph)
EORTC European Organisation for Research and Treatment of Cancer, Europe (Organiser of meeting)
Source

European journal of cancer. Supplement (1990). 2008, Vol 6, Num 2, pp 10-16, 7 p ; ref : 28 ref

ISSN
1359-6349
Scientific domain
Medical oncology; Pharmacology drugs
Publisher
Elsevier, Oxford
Publication country
United Kingdom
Document type
Conference Paper
Language
English
Author keyword
Adjuvant chemotherapy Concurrent chemotherapy Dose-dense chemotherapy Gompertzian kinetics Primary breast cancer Sequential chemotherapy Tumour growth kinetics
Keyword (fr)
Cancer du sein Cancérologie Chimiothérapie Cinétique Croissance tumorale Dose forte Pharmacologie Rythme administration Simultané Séquentiel Théorie Traitement adjuvant Cancer primitif Cancer Pathologie de la glande mammaire Pathologie du sein Traitement Tumeur maligne
Keyword (en)
Breast cancer Cancerology Chemotherapy Kinetics Tumor growth High dose Pharmacology Administration schedule Concurrent Sequential Theory Adjuvant treatment Primary cancer Cancer Mammary gland diseases Breast disease Treatment Malignant tumor
Keyword (es)
Cáncer del pecho Cancerología Quimioterapia Cinética Crecimiento tumoral Dosis fuerte Farmacología Ritmo administración Simultáneo Secuencial Teoría Tratamiento adyuvante Cáncer Glándula mamaria patología Seno patología Tratamiento Tumor maligno
Classification
Pascal
002 Biological and medical sciences / 002B Medical sciences / 002B02 Pharmacology. Drug treatments

Pascal
002 Biological and medical sciences / 002B Medical sciences / 002B04 Tumors

Discipline
General pharmacology Tumours
Origin
Inist-CNRS
Database
PASCAL
INIST identifier
20296515

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