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Scientific publications in cancer: in Latin America, strong scientific networks increase productivity (the TENJIN study)
Objectives: The objectives of this study are to evaluate the relationship between authorship networking, socioeconomic factors, and scientific productivity across Latin America. Methods: In a bibliometric analysis of ...
The burden of lung cancer in Latin-America and challenges in the access to genomic profiling, immunotherapy and targeted treatments
Lung cancer is a public health problem worldwide and Latin America (LATAM) cannot escape this reality. This malignant disease has not only a high prevalence in the region, but is also the main cause of cancer related deaths, ...
Antibiotics impair immune checkpoint inhibitor effectiveness in hispanic patients with non-small cell lung cancer (AB-CLICaP)
Background The intestinal microbiota is an important factor in modulating immune‐mediated tumor cell destruction. Alterations in the microbiome composition have been linked to reduced efficacy of immune checkpoint inhibitor ...