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(Public Library of Science)   "Castration Resistant" is the name of my ... pretty much everything   (journals.plos.org) divider line
    More: Scary, Cancer, Cohort study, Prostate cancer, Clinical trial, chemotherapy-nave patients, clinical studies, single-arm phase 3b trial, Radium-223 dichloride  
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2021-06-22 1:13:00 AM  
Bah. Nothing is 'castration resistant'. You think that, it just means you have been using the wrong pliers.

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2021-06-22 1:34:12 AM  
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2021-06-22 2:50:49 AM  
From Subby's lips to God's ears

/what a strange weekend this has been
 
2021-06-22 4:39:46 AM  
If you're cast ration resistant then don't eat in the studio's cafeteria.
 
2021-06-22 6:49:26 AM  
This is a weird green. Radium-223 dichloride (Xofigo) has had a black box warning on combination treatment with abiraterone for several years due to the increased risk of fractures based on an ERA trial that I can't remember the name of.

And castrate resistance has been a medical term for many years as reducing testosterone is a mainstay of prostate cancer therapy (usually by medications but some patients still have their testicles removed).
 
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