Cancer Chemotherapy by Infusion

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Jacob J. Lokich
Precept Press, Jan 1, 1990 - Antineoplastic agents - 659 pages
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More than 60 contributors offer a thorough review of infusion therapy from the basic rationale through clinical trials conducted around the world. Detailed and specific coverage of infusion therapy.

Topics covered include, experimental rationale for continuous infusion chemotherapy; cellular basis for infusional chemotherapy; 5-fluorouracil and floxuridine; the periwinkle alkaloids; cisplatin, carboplatin, and gallium nitrate; systematic infusion by tumor site, specifically head and neck cancer, breast cancer, lung cancer, and others; special categories of infusion chemotherapy, including combined modality infusional chemotherapy with radiation, hepatic regional infusion chemotherapy, and chronobiology of cancer therapy.

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Experimental Rationale for Continuous Infusion Chemotherapy
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Plant Alkaloids
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Antineoplastic Antibiotics
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