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Flow cytometry (FC) plays an important role in the diagnosis and classification of hematological disorders and can analyze a wide range of diagnostic samples. It is used in both diagnostic and follow-up testing, and is increasingly important in the detection of very small residual disease...
Oligometastatic disease characterizes a distinct subgroup of metastatic breast cancer patients that might benefit from different treatment strategies to achieve long-lasting remission and potentially cure. Those long-lasting remissions are reported after locoregional treatment of the primary...
Gastrointestinal stromal tumors (GISTs) are a rare type of cancer and a heterogeneous disease. The tyrosine kinase receptors KIT and the platelet-derived growth factor receptor alpha PDGFRA are the most common mutant genes of GIST. Mutation analysis is a diagnostic standard and is crucial for...
Liver resection, transplantation, and local ablation are potential curative treatment options but can only be offered to patients with early stage hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC). Patients with macrovascular tumor invasion and extrahepatic metastases are candidates for palliative systemic...
There is robust data that palliative care is prolonging life while there are still prejudices towards this discipline that have to be demystified. Patients, relatives and caregivers benefit from the concept of early integration of palliative care and therefore, palliative care should not be...
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