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2016 | 6 | 4 | A188-192
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Long-term survival of a young patient after multi-disciplinary treatment of initially inoperable stomach cancer with metastases to the liver and visceral lymph node

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This paper reports on a 5-year survival of a 30-year-old male patient initially diagnosed with inoperable stomach cancer with metastases to the liver and the visceral lymph node. The systemic treatment regimen (8 cycles of DCF chemotherapy) resulted in an almost complete regression and enabled implementation of a radical resection of the stomach along with the spleen. Eight months into the treatment, the disease progressed producing several metastatic lesions to the liver. The patient received second-line palliative chemotherapy (4 cycles of EOX) which led to a significant reduction of the lesions. This enabled hepatic metastasectomy. The patient has remained in remission for 3 years.
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A188-192
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  • Clinical Oncology Ward, Białystok Cancer Centre, Poland
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