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Decreased exposure to sunitinib due to concomitant administration of ifosfamide: results of a phase I and pharmacokinetic study on the combination of sunitinib and ifosfamide in patients with advanced solid malignancies

By P Hamberg, N Steeghs, W J Loos, D van de Biessen, M den Hollander, M Tascilar, J Verweij, H Gelderblom and S Sleijfer
Topics: Clinical Studies
Publisher: Nature Publishing Group
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