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A fter a patient is diagnosed with cancer and receives therapy, the current standard of care relies heavily on physical examination and imaging to assess disease status and monitor for cancer recurrence (local recurrence of cancer and/or regional

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tissue sarcomas, and injection site sarcomas. Inadequate evaluation of tumor margins may result in cancer recurrence, possibly accompanied by more aggressive tumor behavior. Fourth, escharotic treatment is painful and cosmetically unappealing. Fifth

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death for most dogs in the present study (73%) was cancer recurrence or metastasis. Another possibility was that younger dogs received a diagnosis earlier in their disease process and therefore had a better prognosis. The median duration of clinical

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– 872 . 10.1007/BF03022828 21. Heaney A , Buggy DJ . Can anaesthetic and analgesic techniques affect cancer recurrence or metastasis? Br J Anaesth 2012 ; 109 ( suppl 1 ): i17 – i28 . 10.1093/bja/aes421 22. Kurosawa S , Kato M

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indicate that a five-week course of radiation therapy with higher doses was just as effective, and as well-tolerated, as standard, seven-and-a-half-week radiation therapy for reducing the risk of prostate cancer recurrence. Other significant research

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