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OBJECTIVE Although the implementation of routine screening for distress is desirable, doing so is difficult in today's busy clinical oncology practice. We developed the 'Distress Screening Program in Ambulatory Care' (DISPAC program) as a practical means of screening for and facilitating the treatment of major depression and adjustment disorders in cancer(More)
BACKGROUND The importance of deciding the appropriate dose of anticancer agents cannot be overemphasized. Body surface area (BSA) has been used to calculate the dose in anticancer therapy since the 1950s. Japanese oncologists, often use their own Japanese BSA formula instead of western BSA formulae. However, it is not widely known that some discrepancies(More)
BACKGROUND Recently, especially in Japan, several researchers have suggested that colorectal cancer can develop not only through an adenoma-carcinoma sequence but also from normal mucosa via a de novo pathway, and that these de novo cancers have more aggressive malignant potential. We report a case of aggressive colon cancer resulting in systemic metastasis(More)
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