Published in Cancer Weekly, June 24th, 2003
Breaks - or "holidays" - in chemotherapy potentially allow prostate cancer to be managed as a chronic condition, rather than as an acute or life-threatening disease. Participants in a phase II study reported significant improvements in their quality of life as a result of chemotherapy holidays.
"Our data, while preliminary, suggest that intermittent...
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