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Add a controlled drug affiliation term from the
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for chemotherapy.
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(antineoplastic adj drug) / Chemicals & Biochemicals
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therapy may or may not involve drug treatment.
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(therapeutic adj method)/ Methods & Equipment
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1, 2, and 3
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T I T L E : Biochemical modulation of 5-fluorouracil by leucovorin with or without interf e ron-alpha-2c
in patients with advanced colorectal cancer: Final results of a randomised phase III study.
AUTHOR, EDITOR, INVENTOR: H a u s m a n i n g e r-H {a}; Moser-R; Samonigg-H; Mlineritsch-B;
Schmidt-H; Pecherstorf e r-M; Fridrik-M; Kopf-Ch; Nitsche-D; Kaider-A; Ludwig-H
AUTHOR ADDRESS: {a} Division of Oncology, LKA, 5020, Salzburg, Austria
S O U R C E : E u ro p e a n - J o u rn a l - o f - C a n c e r. March, 1999; 35 (3) 380-385.
P U B L I C ATION YEAR: 1 9 9 9
DOCUMENT TYPE: A rt i c l e
I S S N : 0 9 5 9 - 8 0 4 9
L A N G U A G E : E n g l i s h
LANGUAGE OF SUMMARY: E n g l i s h
A B S T R A C T: 5 - F l u o rouracil (5-FU) remains the mainstay of treatment for advanced colorectal
c a rcinoma, although response rates are generally less than 20%. Improved therapeutic efficacy
has been re p o rted using biochemical modulation of 5-FU by leucovorin (LV) or interf e ron alpha
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doses used in the study did not provide any clinical benefit over 5-FU/LV alone and cannot be
recommended for routine use in the treatment of advanced colorectal cancer.
ABSTRACT INDICAT O R : Y
MAJOR CONCEPTS: G a s t ro e n t e rology- (Human-Medicine, Medical-Sciences); Oncology-
(Human-Medicine, Medical-Sciences); Pharm a c o l o g y -
SUPER TA X A : Hominidae-: Primates-, Mammalia-, Ve rtebrata-, Chordata-, Animalia-
O R G A N I S M S : human- (Hominidae-): patient-
TAXA NOTES: Animals-; Chordates-; Humans-; Mammals-; Primates-; Ve rt e b r a t e s -
CHEMICALS AND BIOCHEMICALS: i n t e rf e ron-alpha-2c: antineoplastic-drug,
c o m b i n a t i o n - t h e r a p y, phase-III-clinical-trial, immunologic-drug, efficacy-; leucovorin-:
a n t i n e o p l a s t i c - d rug, efficacy-, intravenous-administration, phase-III-clinical-trial, combination-
therapy; 5-fluorouracil: antineoplastic-drug, combination-therapy, dosage-schedule, eff i c a c y - ,
phase-III-clinical-trial, intravenous-administration
D I S E A S E S : a d v a n c e d - c o l o rectal-cancer: digestive-system-disease, neoplastic-disease;
h e m a t o l o g i c a l - t o x i c i t y
CAS REGISTRY NUMBER (R): 51-21-8: 5-FLUOROURACIL; 58-05-9: LEUCOVORIN
METHODS AND EQUIPMENT: chemotherapy-: therapeutic-method
MISCELLANEOUS DESCRIPTORS: d ru g - d rug-interaction; gastro i n t e s t i n a l - t o x i c i t y
A LT E R N ATE INDEXING: C o l o re c t a l - N e o p l a s m s - ( M e S H )
ACCESSION NUMBER: 1 9 9 9 0 0 1 4 8 1 4 8
U P D ATE CODE: 1 9 9 9 0 6 0 7
P rolonged severe 5-fluorouracil-associated neurotoxicity in a
patient with dihydropyrimidine dehydrogenase deficiency.
Biochemical modulation of 5-fluorouracil by leucovorin with or
without interf e ron-alpha-2c in patients with advanced colore c-
tal cancer: Final results of a randomised phase III study.
Adjuvant therapy of obstructive colon cancer.
Successful neoadjuvant chemotherapy of nonresectable
c o l o rectal liver metastases: An interd i s c i p l i n a ry appro a c h .
C P T-11 in gastrointestinal cancer.
Adjuvant therapy with oral fluoropyrimidines as main hemo-
therapeutic agents after curative resection for colorectal
cancer: Individual patient data meta-analysis of randomized
t r i a l s .
Adjuvant therapy for colonic carc i n o m a .
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