Commentary (Kessinger): Management of Patients With Cancer of Unknown Primary Site
April 01, 2000
Over the past 2 decades, advances in clinical oncology have occurred at a whirlwind pace, as new surgical, diagnostic, preventive, immunotherapeutic, chemotherapeutic, radiotherapeutic, and molecular resources and techniques have become available. As one result, the death rate from cancer in the United States has decreased during the past decade. Thanks to these advances, many patients have replaced feelings of hopelessness with hope for a cure.