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jul 2011, jaargang 13

Everolimus en sunitinib bij neuro-endocriene pancreastumoren

Bij patiënten met een goed of matig gedifferentieerde PNET en aangetoonde progressie van ziekte is er een plaats voor behandeling met everolimus of sunitinib.

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