Published in Cancer Weekly, February 22nd, 2000
Personnel at Ehime University's School of Medicine, Japan, conducted the study.
The study, which was reported in Hepato-Gastroenterology, gives details of a 61-year-old woman who could not have surgery for her multiple bilobar hepatocellular cancer because it engaged the caval vein and the hepatic veins.
Previous therapy had included repeated chemoembolizations with iodized oil, but (alpha)-fetoprotein levels did not fall, the researchers said. The patient had four satellite tumors in...
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