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Published in Oncology

Journal Scan / Research · December 25, 2022

Octogenarians With DLBCL Aged 85 and Older Can Benefit From Curative-Intent Treatment



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Diffuse large B-cell lymphoma in octogenarians aged 85 and older can benefit from treatment with curative intent: a report on 129 patients prospectively registered in the Elderly Project of the Fondazione Italiana Linfomi (FIL)
Haematologica 2022 Nov 17;[EPub Ahead of Print], A Tucci, F Merli, A Fabbri, L Marcheselli, C Pagani, B Puccini, D Marino, M Zanni, E Pennese, L Flenghi, A Arcari, B Botto, M Celli, C Mammi, A Re, G Campostrini, A Tafuri, VR Zilioli, E Cencini, R Sartori, C Bottelli, M Merli, L Petrucci, G Gini, M Balzarotti, F Cavallo, G Musuraca, S Luminari, G Rossi, M Spina

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