Toshiharu Furukawa

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Pancreatic cancer is a disease with essentially no effective treatment. To increase the potential for discovering effective treatment, we have devel oped a new treatment model whereby a human pancreatic cancer line, PANC-4, was orthotopically transplanted to the pancreas of nude mice as historically intact tumor tissue. MMC against PANC-4 were determined in(More)
The breakthrough in laparoscopic surgery has been the development of a charge-coupled device camera system and Mouret performing cholecystectomy in 1987. The short-term benefits of laparoscopic surgery are widely accepted and the long-term benefit of less incidence of bowel obstruction can be expected. The important developments have been the articulating(More)
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