Published in Cancer Weekly, March 22nd, 2005
Adjuvant chemotherapy is one of the most common treatment approaches for colon cancer where chemotherapy is given in order to destroy any cancerous cells remaining in the body after the tumor has been surgically removed. Data from a major study (X-ACT)1 have shown that oral Xeloda is at least as effective and has a favorable toxicity profile to the intravenous chemotherapy commonly used...
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