By Ross Pinkerton, A. G. Shankar, Katherine Matthay
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The largest international, collaborative, multi-institutional randomized clinical trial in osteosarcoma to date, EURAMOS 1, has just finished 15 Part 1: Solid tumors recruiting a sufficiently large cohort of patients to address this question. All patients registered received a standard induction regimen consisting of two cycles of AP and four cycles of high-dose methotrexate, before proceeding to surgical resection. Postoperative therapy was determined by histological response of the tumor. Good responders were randomized between MAP and MAP + pegylated interferon-α2b; poor responders were randomized to continue MAP or to receive MAP plus ifosfamide and etoposide.
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Evidence-Based Pediatric Oncology by Ross Pinkerton, A. G. Shankar, Katherine Matthay