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Evaluation of adjuvant Endoxan therapy in curative resected patients with stomach cancer

, : Evaluation of adjuvant Endoxan therapy in curative resected patients with stomach cancer. Nihon Gan Chiryo Gakkai Shi 20(1): 114-121

The effect of Endoxan (EX) therapy was evaluated and its interaction with some prognostic factors, based on the data of 213 stomach cancer patients with curative resection who were followed up in Kagawa Prefectural Central Hospital [Japan]. Those patients accounted for 30% of Stomach Cancer Postoperative Study Group1. The profiles were examined of the patients for whom the EX therapy was particularly effective. As a consequence, serosal invasion(s) and lymph node involvement(n) were emerged as the most influential factors on the prognosis and the EX therapy was effective for patients with symptoms s(-)n(-) and s(+)n(+). In other words, further short-term adjuvant therapy was particularly effective for s(-)n(-) whereas long-term one was effective for s(+)n(+).

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