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Colorectal Cancer Management Requires Multidisciplinary Approach

Laura Panjwani
Published: Tuesday, Apr 07, 2015

However, someone with a wide spread metastasis of the primary colorectal cancer, probably should go straight to chemotherapy to reduce the tumor burden and then consider the impact of the primary lesion and the liver lesion on the quality of life. We are hoping that we can turn stage IV colorectal cancer into a chronic disease as opposed to having a terminal disease. Chemotherapy in different levels and molecular profiling will likely help us establish the treatment plan that we need for those patients who present with an advanced stage.
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