Through increased steroid receptor expression, tumors can adopt a drug-resistance mechanism that is essential for the life of their human host. This entanglement tactic makes it difficult to devise treatment approaches aimed at deactivating the tumor’s drug resistance while not compromising the patient.
Nurses in one of Cleveland Clinic’s cardiovascular intensive care units gained insight into patient factors associated with chest tube management time during the first 24 hours of postoperative care.
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