Tag: taxane

Taxane: A type of chemotherapy drug that inhibits cancer cell division (mitosis). Examples include paclitaxel and docetaxel. Taxanes interfere with the functioning of microtubules, which help move chromosomes during mitosis.

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03/12/17
Broccoli compound sulforaphane heightens taxane chemotherapy effectiveness against triple negative breast cancer
02/18/17
Scalp cooling can prevent hair loss caused by chemotherapy
02/22/12
Selenium increases effectiveness of Taxol chemotherapy for triple negative breast cancer
01/17/12
Apigenin increases effectiveness of Taxol chemotherapy
12/07/11
Modern chemotherapy reduces breast cancer death by about a third compared to no chemotherapy
10/27/11
The beta blocker propranolol increases the effectiveness of Taxol
10/26/11
Resveratrol increases effectiveness of Taxotere (docetaxel) and Adriamycin (doxorubicin)
10/06/11
Non-anthracycline chemotherapy plus Herceptin is effective treatment for HER2+ breast cancer
09/22/11
Herceptin has reduced locoregional recurrence for HER2+ compared to triple negative breast cancer
12/26/10
Muscle and joint pain are common during taxane chemotherapy for breast cancer
12/20/10
Brassica compound DIM inhibits breast cancer cell growth synergistically with Taxotere
11/08/10
Response to neoadjuvant chemotherapy depends on dosage and tumor type
04/14/10
Predictors of failure to respond to neoadjuvant chemotherapy

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