Tumor resection fails to better survival in metastatic neuroblastoma

01/31/2013 | Healio

A study in the Journal of Clinical Oncology revealed that primary tumor resection did not improve the five-year, event-free survival in patients with metastatic neuroblastoma. The German researchers said the findings "do not justify aggressive surgery in patients undergoing high-intensity multimodal treatment for metastatic neuroblastoma."

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