Shuuichi Yano

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A 68-year-old man with recurrent lung cancer was treated with chemotherapy of weekly gemcitabine and vinorelbine on an outpatient basis. After 2 cycles of the regimen, shadows in the lung completely disappeared. During this treatment, the patient's condition was good. This regimen seems to be effective in maintaining QOL and may be suitable for outpatients.
A 44-year-old man with recurrent lung cancer was readmitted to the hospital for chemotherapy. He was first treated by chemotherapy of CDDP + etoposide, after which the chemotherapy was changed to a regimen of weekly paclitaxel because of his desire to work. He could then be discharged from the hospital and return to his work. No side effects of this(More)
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