Clinical

Rapping about new anticoagulants for CAT at ICTHIC 2018
Clinical

Rapping about new anticoagulants for CAT at ICTHIC 2018

Cancer patients are four or five times as likely to develop venous thromboembolism (VTE): not only does the disease increase the incidence but so do treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation. Drugs which can treat it and prevent recurrences are therefore an important part of oncology strategies.

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The role of polymorphisms in coagulation factor genes in cancer susceptibility
Clinical

The role of polymorphisms in coagulation factor genes in cancer susceptibility

The bidirectional link between cancer and thrombosis observed in epidemiological studies is well recognized. More recently, blood coagulation proteins have been proposed to play a role in cancer progression

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Cancer-related thrombosis in women
Clinical

Cancer-related thrombosis in women

There is ample evidence confirming that cancer predisposes to thrombosis, while products of activation of the coagulation system precipitate tumor growth.

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