Does chemotherapy given directly to the liver improve survival in patients with hepatic metastasis?

David J Kerr

A study using hepatic arterial infusion to deliver treatment to colorectal cancer patients with liver metastases is unlikely to lead to wholesale changes in clinical practice, but may spur new studies into the role of local delivery of triple combination chemotherapy in these patients.

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