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Ecancer-MGHI "metronomic" interview series

MGHI and Ecancer have agreed to work together to make a series of interviews of the most influent clinicians and researchers involved in the field of metronomics who will gather for the 4th Metronomic Meeting in Milano next June. Ecancer is the leading oncology channel committed to improving cancer communication and education with the goal of (...)

Metro-Mali 01

Children treated with metronomic chemotherapy in a low-income country: METROMALI-01. Fousseyni T, Diawara M, Pasquier E, André N. J Pediatr Hematol Oncol. 2011 Jan;33(1):31-4. Abstract BACKGROUND: Metronomic chemotherapy (MC) is defined as the frequent administration of chemotherapy at doses below the maximal tolerated dose and with no prolonged (...)

MGHI and the Cannes-Nice Marathon

Why MGHI would be running a marathon ? Well can you think of anything more metronomic than running regularly, step after step, seconds after seconds, minutes after minutes, hours after hours for 42.2 km (26.2 miles) ? So, to be fully metronomic and why not raise a little money, we have set a MGHI team to go running the [Nice-Cannes marathon] along the (...)

Pilot study of a pediatric metronomic 4-drug regimen

We have just published the results of a paediatric metronomic pilot study taht lead to the METRO-SFCE01 phase II study. This regimen is safe. Further information regarding its efficacy will be available after completion of the phase II trial.

The "Metronomic" special issue of the Indian Journal of Cancer is out !

We are very glad to announce that the "Metronomic special issue" initiated by the Indian Journal of Cancer has been released. You may find below the titles of the articles (reviews, case reports, series) contained in this issue. All articles can be freely assessed on the website of the journal here. This is the very first metronomic special ever (...)

the e-cancer/MGHI "metronomic" interviews series

The Ecancer website has released the videos of the "ecancer/MGHI metronomic interviews series" that have been shoot during the 4th metronomic meeting that took place in Mliano last June. The following interviews are available : Dr Nicolas André from the Hôpital pour Enfants de La Timone and MGHI, Marseille, France talks about the use of metronomic (...)