Result 149 cases of 200 malignant tumor patients had positive result,the positive rate was 74. 5% (149/200). 86 cases of 200 non-malignant tumor patients had positive reaction,the positive rate was 43. 0% (86/200). In the 200 healthy youth, 2 persons had positive result,the positive rate was 0. 1 % (2/200).
Methods Using the TNF-α,the airway epithelial cell strains of normal subject(16HBE) and tumor patient (H292) was activated and using Western-Blot and ELISA the expression of NF-κB and IL-8 were detected.
Objective:To assess the effect and mechanism of antioxidant (N - acetylcysteine, NAC) on nuclear factor-κB(NF-κB)expression induced by tumor necrosis factor-α(TNF-α)in airway epithelial cell strain of normal subject (16HBE) and tumor patient (H292).
P < 0.05. There was no significant difference of the plasma VEGF concentrations in benign ovarian tumor patient and the controls, P > 0.05. The plasma VEGF concentration has close correlation to the ovarian cancer infiltration degree( P < 0.05) ,the lymph node metastases and the distant metastases( P < 0.01).
Conclusion It is safe,painless and convenient for the patients with cancer to be treated with continuous chemotherapy via portable chemotherapeutic pump plus PICC which can maintain stable drug concentration in blood.
Based on these findings cytokine/TKD-activated NK cells were adoptively transferred in tumor patients.
In case of emergency in tumor patients, differential diagnosis should always include non-tumor related causes (e.
Tumor patients in need of critical care medicine often ignite discussions between hemato-oncologists and intensive care physicians regarding benefit, reason and objectives of intensive care therapy gainst the background of narrow resources.
Fifteen brain tumor patients were treated with slow neutron.
Multimodality Diagnostics and Megatherapy in Poor Prognosis Ewing's Tumor Patients
In contrast, hematological or hemostaseological tumor signs can be demonstrated nearly in every tumor patient, mostly, however, after prolonged disease.
In a phase I study a cytotoxic activity in the serum of a tumor patient given infusions of synthetic alkyl-lysophospholipid has been demonstrated.
Lymphocyte and monocyte counts were almost identical in the control and all tumor patient groups.
Each tumor patient's general health and life expectancy must be honestly assessed prior to aesthetic surgery, because operating on an individual who cannot survive to enjoy the benefits is injudicious.
In experiments reported here, glioma cell lines and explant cells from a tumor patient were exposed to 2, 4 and 8 mM phenylbutyrate and compared to untreated control cells.
For other patients with malignant diseases the use of a new score system developed for patients with cancer can be helpful in the clinical decision making.
This was particularly striking in patients with cancer.
The effects of analgesic, thermoregulatory and endocrine functions of administering morphine sulphate (0.3mg) into the lateral cerebral ventricle via an Ommaya catheter were assessed in eight patients with cancer pain.
The results indicate that activation of opiate receptors in the brain produced pain relief, hypothermia (due to cutaneous vasodilation and sweating), and increased blood levels of prolactin, growth hormone and glucose in patients with cancer pain.
This may provide an explanation for the relatively rare occurrence of PNS in patients with cancer.