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Castellano D.,University of Cordoba, Spain | Anton Aparicio L.M.,Hospital Juan Canalejo | Esteban E.,Hospital General de Asturias | Sanchez-Hernandez A.,Hospital Provincial de Castellon | And 6 more authors.
Expert Opinion on Drug Safety | Year: 2014

Background: Based on the TROPIC study results, cabazitaxel was approved for the management of metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer (mCRPC) progressing on or after docetaxel.Methods: This multi-centre program provided early access to cabazitaxel to patients with mCRPC before its commercialization. Safety data from 153 Spanish patients receiving cabazitaxel 25 mg/m i.v. Q3W, plus oral prednisone/prednisolone 10 mg daily, are reported.Results: Median age of patients was 70 years (26.8% ≥ 75 years), 94.1 and 26.8% had bone and visceral metastasis, respectively. Most had an Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group ≤ 1 (88.9%) and had received a median of 8.0 cycles of last docetaxel treatment. The median of cabazitaxel cycles and cumulative dose were 6.0 (Interquartile range [IQR]: 4.0; 8.0) and 148.9 (IQR: 98.2; 201.4) mg/m, respectively. Adverse events (AEs) possibly related to cabazitaxel occurred in 143 (93.5%) patients. The most frequent grade ≥ 3 AEs were neutropenia (n = 25, 16.3%) and asthenia (n = 17, 11.1%). Febrile neutropenia and grade ≥ 3 diarrhea occurred in 5.2% of the patients each. There were five (3.3%) possibly treatment-related deaths, mainly infection-related. G-CSFs were used in 114 (74.5%) patients, generally as prophylaxis (n = 107; 69.9%). Grade ≥ 3 peripheral neuropathy and nail disorders were uncommon.Conclusions: Cabazitaxel administration, in a real-world setting, is tolerated by Spanish patients with mCRPC, and the AEs are manageable. © 2014 Informa UK, Ltd. Source


Mateos M.-V.,University of Salamanca | Orio A.,ICO | Rosino L.,Institute Dinvestigasions Biomediques August Pi I Sunyer Idibaps | Arriba F.D.,Hospital Morales Messeguer | And 17 more authors.
Haematologica | Year: 2015

Bendamustine is a bifunctional alkylating agent with proven activity in myeloma. In this study 60 newly diagnosed myeloma patients were given bendamustine plus bortezomib and prednisone in a regimen consisting of one cycle of bortezomib twice weekly for 6 weeks (1.3 mg/m2 on days 1, 4, 8, 11, 22, 25, 29, and 32), plus bendamustine (90 mg/m2 on days 1 and 4) and prednisone. The following cycles included bortezomib once weekly. Patients who were transplant candidates proceeded to stem cell collection after four cycles and the transplant was performed after six cycles. Patients who were not candidates for transplantation received up to nine cycles. Forty-two patients were transplant candidates and after six cycles, 50% achieved at least a very good partial response, with 24% having complete responses; 35 proceeded to a transplant, and the complete response rate was 54%. Seventeen patients continued up to nine cycles, and 57% achieved at least a very good partial response, including 26% with complete responses. The 2-year progression-free survival and overall survival rates were 62% and 86%, respectively. The safety profile was manageable, but stem cell mobilization was compromised in 35% of patients. In summary, this combination is effective in untreated patients, with an acceptable toxicity profile, but given the introduction of second-generation novel agents and monoclonal antibodies, the combination will probably be better reserved for relapsing patients, in whom stem cell collection is not needed, while cost-effective combinations with non-cross-resistant drugs continue to represent a medical need. This trial was registered with ClinicalTrials.gov, number NCT01376401. © 2015 Ferrata Storti Foundation. Source


Serra-Musach J.,Catalan Institute of Oncology ICO | Aguilar H.,Catalan Institute of Oncology ICO | Iorio F.,European Bioinformatics Institute | Iorio F.,Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute | And 5 more authors.
Integrative Biology (United Kingdom) | Year: 2012

The products of genes mutated or differentially expressed in cancer tend to occupy central positions within the network of protein-protein interactions, or the interactome network. Integration of different types of gene and protein relationships has considerably increased the understanding of the mechanisms of carcinogenesis, while also enhancing the applicability of expression signatures. In this scenario, however, it remains unknown how cancer develops, progresses and responds to therapies in a potentially controlled manner at the systems level. Here, by applying the concepts of load transfer and cascading failures in power grids, we examine the impact and transmission of cancer-related gene expression changes in the interactome network. Relative to random perturbations, this study reveals topological robustness associated with all cancer conditions. In addition, experimental perturbation of a central cancer node, which consists of over-expression of the α-synuclein (SNCA) protein in MCF7 breast cancer cells, also reveals robustness. Conversely, a search for proteins with an opposite topological impact identifies the autophagy pathway. Mechanistically, the existence of smaller shortest paths among cancer-related proteins appears to be a topological feature that partially contributes to the restricted perturbation of the network. Together, the results of this study suggest that cancer develops, progresses and responds to therapies following controlled, restricted perturbation of the interactome network. © 2012 The Royal Society of Chemistry. Source


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Ico Trading Group Inc. and Ico | Date: 2008-01-01

electrically-heated towel rails, shower curtain rails and shower storage tower units; electrical thermostats, timers and controls for use therewith; and accessories, namely, robe hooks, hangers, brackets and wiring kits, all sold as a unit therewith.


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Ico Trading Group Inc. and Ico | Date: 2008-01-01

insulated board for electric infloor heating systems.

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