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TAS-102 – a new option in the treatment of patients with advanced colorectal cancer after failure or intolerance to other therapies

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Colorectal cancer is the second cause of death from malignant cancer, following lung cancer. Approximately 35–45% of patients with colorectal cancer will develop distant metastases over time. Palliative systemic treatment remains the standard for non-operative distant metastases. TAS-102 is a novel orally administered antineoplasmatic thymidine-based nucleoside analog which represents an approved option for the treatment of advanced metastatic colorectal cancer in patients who are refractory, or are not considered canditates for, currently available therapies.
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  • 1. Department of Oncology, Medical University of Bialystok, Poland. 2. Department of Oncology with Daytime Chemotherapy Unit, Bialystok Oncology Centre, Poland
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  • 1. Department of Oncology, Medical University of Bialystok, Poland. 2. Department of Oncology with Daytime Chemotherapy Unit, Bialystok Oncology Centre, Poland
  • 1. Department of Oncology, Medical University of Bialystok, Poland. 2. Department of Oncology with Daytime Chemotherapy Unit, Bialystok Oncology Centre, Poland
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