Anna Fen Yau Li

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INTRODUCTION Patients with pancreatic cancer often present initially in advanced disease with many compromising factors, and yet they may still be responsive to chemotherapy. AIMS The response of 23 patients with advanced pancreatic cancer to continuous infusion therapy was investigated. METHODOLOGY From September 1995 to February 1998, 23 patients with(More)
OBJECTIVE This retrospective study aimed to ascertain the expression of erbB2 in relation to topoisomerase II alpha (T2 alpha) and thymidylate synthase (TS) markers in 30 consecutive metastatic gastric cancer patients with a specimen available for study. METHODS All patients had been entered on consecutive chemotherapeutic clinical trials that were all(More)
Purpose: A phase II and pharmacokinetic study was designed to assess the efficacy and toxicity profile of an epidophyllotoxin analogue, GL331, in previously treated Chinese gastric cancer patients, with concurrent pharmacokinetic evaluation of the drug's metabolism. Material and methods: GL331 was given at 200 mg/m2 as a daily 3-h infusion for 5 days every(More)
Patients with breast cancer often fail to recall the details of their original diagnosis and adjuvant therapy with the passage of time. Subsequent follow-up and treatment at a later time and a different institution wastes valuable time and effort to retrieve the original data. Twenty-five consecutive patients with breast cancer of all stages admitted for(More)
PURPOSE To describe a systematic catheter management approach for treatment of abscesses with enteric fistulae by abscess evacuation and selective fistula tract cannulation in a series of patients with postprocedural abscess-fistula complexes. MATERIALS AND METHODS This single-center retrospective study included 27 patients (17 male; mean age, 51.3 y) who(More)
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