The relevance of docetaxel-related febrile neutropenia to patient-reported symptoms and the quality of life in Japanese, East Asian (Korean, Taiwanese), and Non-east asian patients based on post-hoc analyses of two randomized clinical trials of docetaxel with and without anti-angiogenic agent in advanced non-small cell lung cancer after progression on platinum-based chemotherapy

Yukie Omori, Sotaro Enatsu, Alan J.M. Brnabic, Narayan Rajan, Jin Yuan Shih, Joo Hang Kim, Keunchil Park, Akira Inoue

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