Treatment of human pancreatic cancer using combined ultrasound, microbubbles, and gemcitabine: a clinical case study.

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PURPOSE The purpose of this study was to investigate the ability and efficacy of inducing sonoporation in a clinical setting, using commercially available technology, to increase the patients' quality of life and extend the low Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group performance grade; as a result increasing the overall survival in patients with pancreatic… (More)
DOI: 10.1118/1.4808149

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@article{Kotopoulis2013TreatmentOH, title={Treatment of human pancreatic cancer using combined ultrasound, microbubbles, and gemcitabine: a clinical case study.}, author={Spiros Kotopoulis and Georg Dimcevski and Odd Helge Gilja and Dag Hoem and Michiel Postema}, journal={Medical physics}, year={2013}, volume={40 7}, pages={072902} }