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According to international guidelines, treatment of cervical cancer (CC) consists of surgery in early stages and of chemoradiation in locally advanced disease. Metastatic disease is usually treated with palliative chemotherapeutic regimens, but cytostatic drugs present significant side effects and show limited activity. Thus, the discovery of new anticancer(More)
INTRODUCTION Endometrial cancer (EC) is the most common gynaecological cancer. Despite significant progress in the multimodality treatment approach, the prognosis remains poor for patients with advanced disease. Thus, there is the necessity of more effective strategies. The microtubule-stabilizing agent ixabepilone is the first drug in this new class of(More)
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