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  • a  relating to or affected by metastasis
    metastatic growth

  • Their 21 participants had stage IV metastatic breast cancer, which had continued to progress despite an average of four rounds of standard treatment, including chemo and hormone .
  • Many Americans were stunned to hear that the Edwardses will continue their quest for the White House, with Elizabeth campaigning despite metastatic breast cancer.
  • It can, however, be combined with other systemic treatments, such as chemotherapy, to treat metastatic disease, and has often been used to treat solid metastatic tumors most .
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  • Mehmet Toner in
    Nine out 10 deaths in cancer are due to the metastatic process because the cancer spreads to other parts of the body,said Toner, whose study appears in the journal Nature. "These are really the cells that end up killing people."
  • Eric Jacobson in Genetic Engineering News (press release)
    In addition to the very important opportunity for elesclomol in first-line (no prior chemotherapy) metastatic melanoma, we are eager to explore the potential benefit to patients from elesclomol in other high oxidative stress cancers,said Dr....
  • Katherine Heigl in Seattle Post Intelligencer
    You last saw Izzie flat-lining, so...... I'm either there as a ghost 'on the other side,' or I survived a disease [stage IV metastatic melanoma] no one survives,Heigl said during a Monday visit to Late Show with David Letterman.

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