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Published in Advanced Melanoma

Journal Scan / Research · February 06, 2020

Anti-TNF Treatment Is Associated With Decreased Survival in Steroid-Refractory, Ipilimumab- and Anti-PD-1-Treated Patients

Clinical Cancer Research

 

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Clinical Cancer Research
Association of Anti-TNF With Decreased Survival in Steroid Refractory Ipilimumab and Anti-PD1 Treated Patients in the Dutch Melanoma Treatment Registry
Clin. Cancer Res 2020 Jan 27;[EPub Ahead of Print], RJ Verheijden, AM May, CU Blank, MJB Aarts, FWPJ van den Berkmortel, AJM van den Eertwegh, JWB de Groot, MJ Boers-Sonderen, JJM van der Hoeven, GA Hospers, D Piersma, RS van Rijn, A Ten Tije, AA van der Veldt, G Vreugdenhil, MCT van Zeijl, MWJM Wouters, JBAG Haanen, E Kapiteijn, KP Suijkerbuijk

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