Hoeki schreef op 6 juli 2021 16:46:
Van Reignard van YMB:
To better understand stable disease, it is important to know where on the spectrum the term falls.
Stable disease is defined as being a little better than progressive disease (in which a tumor has increased in size by at least 20%) and a little worse than a partial response (wherein a tumor has shrunk by at least 50%).2
Stable disease does not necessarily mean that the tumor is unchanged. It only means that the changes are not enough to suggest there is either disease progression or a partial response to treatment.
Most health authorities require that there be a period of at least four weeks between tumor evaluations before stable disease can be confidently established.
Als ik dit zo lees is het heel aannemelijk dat de tumor (verder) zal krimpen bij een langere behandeling met ARO HIF2.