This paper presents our experience in the treatment of a patient affected by metastatic esophagogastric junction cancer with a high tumor burden and an incipient visceral crisis. The patient was treated with a combination of induction taxane-based chemotherapy, local radiotherapy and microwave ablation of residual liver metastases. The patient experienced a complete and durable response with long-term survival of more than 3 years, without any relevant acute or late side effects.
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METASTATIC ESOPHAGOGASTRIC JUNCTION CANCER: CASE REPORT OF A COMPLETE LONG-TERM RESPONSE AFTER COMBINED CHEMORADIOTHERAPY. FeaturedWritten by Roberto Milazzotto et al.
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