Chemotherapy resistance and retreatment: a dogma revisited.

Abstract

The prevailing belief in cancer therapy is that retreatment with a given drug after the emergence of resistance is ineffective. Herein, we report several cases in which retreatment with drugs that had failed earlier in the disease trajectory caused renewed tumor regression. The possible biologic underpinnings that might explain this phenomenon are discussed.

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