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DIPLOMA trial: a clinical study to determine safety and effectiveness of minimally invasive versus open surgery in pancreatic cancer
The DIPLOMA trial aims to answer concerns about the use of minimally invasive surgery for the treatment of pancreatic cancer.
Fatigue, fear of recurrence and depression after cancer: personalized treatment
Can cancer survivors with fatigue, fear of recurrence and depression after cancer be more effectively treated if protocols are personalized?
From fundamental research to clinical trial in two years – the Cancer Center Amsterdam way
An example of how the multidisciplinary environment at Cancer Center Amsterdam allows rapid translation of fundamental science to clinical applications.
Germline biomarkers of melanoma immunotherapy: an international consortium
Biomarkers that predict immunotherapy treatment success or risk of toxicity are urgently needed to increase the clinical benefit for metastatic melanoma patients.
Impact of nationwide enhanced implementation of best practices in pancreatic cancer care (PACAP-1)
This study evaluates whether a nationwide program of best practices in pancreatic cancer care can improve 1-year overall survival and quality of life.
Major breakthroughs in lymphoma and leukemia therapy: Ibrutinib and Venetoclax
Important contributions are made to preclinical and clinical investigations involving targeted therapies for lymphoma and leukemia patients: from bench to bedside, and back!
Oncokompas, a fully automated behavioral intervention technology to support cancer survivors
Oncokompas helps cancer survivors self-monitor symptoms, obtain automated tailored information and receive personalized access to supportive care options.
Radiomics and machine learning for response prediction in Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma patients using advanced medical imaging technologies
Radiomics technology extracts a large number of features from medical imaging to predict treatment response.
The IMPROVE trial: Cervical cancer screening in the Netherlands gets a boost
Self-sampling in cervical cancer screening proved to be as accurate as clinician-based sampling and can boost participation in the national screening program.
The role of cellular plasticity in cancer
Cancer cell plasticity, the ability of cells to change their identity, is involved in formation of metastasis, resistance to therapies and disease recurrence.
Training Network for Optimizing Adoptive T Cell Therapy of Cancer (T-OP)
The clinical implementation of immunotherapeutics has established T cells as efficient anti-cancer weapons.