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转移性前列腺癌
Metastatic Prostate Cancer


Oliver Sartor ... 肿瘤 • 2018.02.15
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转移性前列腺癌患者的治疗是全球医疗面临的一大挑战,而人口老龄化和确诊率的增加使这一挑战更加严峻。和近些年的工作重点相似,目前优先要考虑的也是尽可能减少对进展缓慢型癌症患者的过度治疗,以及改善侵袭性癌症患者的结局。本文重点关注的是转移性前列腺癌管理中取得的最新进展和今后面临的挑战。尽管近年来已有多种新药获批,但转移性前列腺癌仍会导致高死亡率。转移性前列腺癌大体可以划分为两组:未曾使用雄激素剥夺疗法的和对雄激素剥夺疗法有耐药性的。转移性前列腺癌的治疗正在变得愈来愈复杂。本文中,我们将综述正在改变标准治疗的研究,并将提出应对持续性的挑战和机遇的概念性观点。





作者信息

Oliver Sartor, M.D., and Johann S. de Bono, M.B., Ch.B., Ph.D.
From Tulane Medical School, New Orleans (O.S.); and the Institute of Cancer Research and the Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, London (J.S.B.). Address reprint requests to Dr. Sartor at Tulane Cancer Center, Box SL-42, 1430 Tulane Ave., New Orleans, LA 70112, or at osartor@tulane.edu.

 

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