THE PROSPECTS OF THE COMBINED TREATMENT OF NON-SMALL CELL LUNGCANCER SPREAD FORMS

Akhat Bukenov, Elena Gizbrekht, Ergaly Shauenov, Bekzhan Orazbayev, Kalmurat Razzakov

Abstract


The Purpose of this study is to demonstrate the effectiveness of combined treatment for III A-B stage of non-small-cell lung cancer. Non-small-cell lung cancer spread form treatment is disputable. Operation is not final solution. The combined treatment is being tested (in clinical trials) in this study. This article argues that a combination of treatment is a better option than that of a specific treatment. However, there is a need to find new effective options for combined treatment.

Keywords


Non-Small-Cell Lung Cancer, Combined Treatment, Arglabyn Radio Sensibilization, Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy, Radiation Therapy

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12955/emhpj.v7i1.426

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