Circulating endothelial-cell kinetics and viability predict survival in breast cancer patients receiving metronomic chemotherapy.

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Antiangiogenic agents and therapeutic strategies have entered the clinical oncology arena. The classical tumor size measurements defined to monitor efficacy of chemotherapy, however, might not be appropriate for these newer therapeutics. We previously found that circulating endothelial cells (CECs) were increased in number and more viable in cancer patients… (More)
DOI: 10.1182/blood-2005-11-4570

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@article{Mancuso2006CirculatingEK, title={Circulating endothelial-cell kinetics and viability predict survival in breast cancer patients receiving metronomic chemotherapy.}, author={Patrizia Mancuso and Marco Colleoni and Angelica Calleri and Laura Orlando and Patrick Maisonneuve and Giancarlo Pruneri and Alice Agliano and Aron Goldhirsch and Yuval Shaked and Robert S. Kerbel and Francesco Bertolini}, journal={Blood}, year={2006}, volume={108 2}, pages={452-9} }