Cisplatin versus carboplatin in NSCLC: is there one "best" answer?

  title={Cisplatin versus carboplatin in NSCLC: is there one "best" answer?},
  author={Rachel E Sanborn},
  journal={Current treatment options in oncology},
  volume={9 4-6},
Platinum-based chemotherapeutic doublets have produced significant survival benefits for patients with non-small cell lung cancer of all disease stages. The optimal combination of chemotherapy has been the subject of much investigation, and the ideal platinum agent the subject of ongoing and heated debate. For patients with resected disease, all evidence of survival advantage rests with cisplatin, and the only clinical trial to evaluate carboplatin-based therapy failed to show a survival… CONTINUE READING
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