The Combined Blockade of β-Adrenoceptor and COX-2 During the Perioperative Period to Improve Long-term Cancer Outcomes.


For most patients with cancer, the surgical removal of the primary tumor is a necessary and lifesaving intervention. Yet, accumulating evidence suggests that different aspects of surgery and the accompanying stress response also facilitate cancer progression through various mechanisms. For example, general anesthesia (GA), analgesic and sedative agents… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/AIA.0000000000000116


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