Neuroendocrine Function

@inproceedings{Vassilopoulousellin2002NeuroendocrineF,
  title={Neuroendocrine Function},
  author={R. Vassilopoulou-sellin},
  year={2002}
}
Cancer therapies have become increasingly complex and frequently include many antineoplastic modalities together or in sequence, often separated by the passage of many years. Neuroendocrine dysfunction is generally caused by particular systemic treatments, interventions that are directed at the central nervous system (CNS), or products of the tumors themselves. Hormonal and metabolic abnormalities can profoundly affect the well being of patients or directly prove to be life threatening. If… CONTINUE READING

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