Elevated circulating activin A levels in malignant pleural mesothelioma patients are related to cancer cachexia and poor response to platinum-based chemotherapy

J. Paajanen (Helsinki, Finland), I. Ilonen (HELSINKI, Finland), H. Lauri (HELSINKI, Finland), T. Järvinen (HELSINKI, Finland), E. Sutinen (HELSINKI, Finland), H. Ollila (HELSINKI, Finland), E. Rouvinen (HELSINKI, Finland), K. Lemström (HELSINKI, Finland), J. Räsänen (HELSINKI, Finland), O. Ritvos (HELSINKI, Finland), K. Koli (HELSINKI, Finland), M. Myllärniemi (HELSINKI, Finland)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Brain Metastasis and Malignant pleural effusion: improving our understanding
Session: Brain Metastasis and Malignant pleural effusion: improving our understanding
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 3795
Disease area: Thoracic oncology

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J. Paajanen (Helsinki, Finland), I. Ilonen (HELSINKI, Finland), H. Lauri (HELSINKI, Finland), T. Järvinen (HELSINKI, Finland), E. Sutinen (HELSINKI, Finland), H. Ollila (HELSINKI, Finland), E. Rouvinen (HELSINKI, Finland), K. Lemström (HELSINKI, Finland), J. Räsänen (HELSINKI, Finland), O. Ritvos (HELSINKI, Finland), K. Koli (HELSINKI, Finland), M. Myllärniemi (HELSINKI, Finland). Elevated circulating activin A levels in malignant pleural mesothelioma patients are related to cancer cachexia and poor response to platinum-based chemotherapy. 3795

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