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Author(s): Campana, L. G.; Testori, A.; Mozzillo, N.; Rossi, C. R.

Treatment of metastatic melanoma with electrochemotherapy

Journal: Journal of Surgical Oncology, 109/4 (2014), pp. 301-307
DOI: 10.1002/jso.23512
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Abstract: Superficially metastatic melanoma still represents a challenging situation for oncologists and a distressing condition for patients. In this circumstance, local treatment by electrochemotherapy, that is, the combination of brief permeabilizing electric pulses with a low‐toxicity anticancer drug, can be a valuable treatment option in selected patients who are ineligible/refractory to systemic treatments or require rapid palliation of symptomatic cutaneous disease.



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