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IFIntermediate Frequency (radio/communications systems)
IFIn Fact
IFInternational Falls (city on the Minnesota/Canada border)
IFIndia Forum (India)
IFInteractive Fire (insurance)
IFInteractive Fiction
IFInvolved Field (radiotherapy)
IFIndustrial Facilities
IFInstitute for the Future
IFIndustrial Fund
IFInterface
IFInput File (Linux command line)
IFInformation Flow
IFIntegrated Farm
IFImpact Factor
IFIntegration Facility
IFIntelligence Flight
IFIntelligent Finance (Halifax Group)
IFInternational Federation (sports)
IFInteraction Forum
IFIntelligence Fusion
IFIntegration Framework
IFImmediate Frequency
IFIntermediate Fix
IFIce Fog
IFInternational Fleet (game and book)
IFInternal Focusing
IFInternal Flush
IFInterference (Dutch electro artist)
IFIndirect Fire
IFIn Flames (band)
IFIsolation Filter
IFIsolation Function
IFInitiation Factor
IFInterference Filter
IFInstruction Fetch
IFInternally Flawless (2nd highest quality of diamond)
IFInfertility
IFInternal Fixation
IFIntrinsic Factor
IFIncremental Funding
IFInformation Directorate (at AFRL)
IFInstantaneous Frequency
IFIntermediate Filament (genetics)
IFIdaho Falls (Idaho)
IFIntrinsically Funny
IFInfield (baseball/softball)
IFInterstitial Fluid
IFInterferon
IFInfielder
IFIronforge (World of Warcraft city)
IFImmunofluorescence
IFInvisionFree (Invision Power Board)
IFIfosfamide
IFInternational Fleet (Ender's Game novel)
IFInterrupt Flag
IFIndemnité Forfaitaire (French: Liquidated Damage)
IFInterferential Stimulation
IFInterference Field
IFIntruders Foundation
iFIntake Fraction (the fraction of a pollutant which is inhaled by humans)
IFInterface Freeze
IFIntrinsic Free (steel)
IFInfra-Free
IFIntermediate Forward
IFIngenico Fortronic Ltd
IFInternationally Flawless (diamonds)
IFInduction Furnace (metal melting)
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The planned Phase 2b trial will be significantly larger than the original Phase 2b trial PharmaCyte previously discussed with the FDA and will include multiple courses of low dose ifosfamide (the earlier trials used only two courses).
The ifosfamide is carried by the circulatory system to where the encapsulated cells have been implanted.
Pharmacokinetics, metabolism and clinical effect of ifosfamide in breast cancer patients.
Responses to high-dose TI-CE chemotherapy regimen in patients with relapsed germ cell tumours (n=79 patients) Response n % Combined % CR (chemotherapy 13 17% alone) 45% CR 70% CR (chemotherapy + 22 28% Favourable surgery) response Partial response 20 25% with negative markers CR: complete response; TI-CE: paclitaxel [T] plus ifosfamide [I] followed by high-dose carboplatin [C] plus etoposide [E].
The last of the trio, Ifosfamide (named for a drug used in cancer treatment), was hauntingly propped up like a scarecrow, looming over several of a second set of figures in the exhibition: the five bright-white plaster-cast sculptures from the series "The Children of the Moon," which presented more hopeful or innocent spiritual manifestations.
As reported, combination chemotherapy with ifosfamide, cisplatin or carboplatin, and etoposide (ICE) has the capacity to mobilize and collect a sufficient number of APBSC with limited nonhematological toxicity, which may complicate consolidative HDCT.
Second line chemotherapy (TIP protocol: Paclitaxel 250 mg/m/d, day 1; Ifosfamide 1500 mg/[m.
Many studies have shown neoadjuvant chemotherapy (doxorubicin, ifosfamide, and mensa) to improve disease-specific survival, particularly in patients with extremity tumors of a large size (> 5 cm).
Neoadjuvant paclitaxel, ifosfamide, and cisplatin chemotherapy for metastatic penile cancer: A phase II study.
Therefore, AHCC is safe and unlikely to result in increased toxicity when used in combination with commonly used chemotherapeutic agents such as Cyclophosphamide, Ifosfamide, Paclitaxel, Docetaxel, Irinotecan, Vincristine, interferon and Imatinib.
Suspect Drugs Chemotherapy Agents Associated With Neurotoxicity Combination of methotrexate*, cyclophosphamide, and fluorouracil* Vinca alkaloids Cytarabine Platinum analogues Ifosfamide Taxol Taxotere Fludarabine Suramin Agents Associated With Occasional Reports of Cognitive or Motor Impairment L-asparagine Busulfan Hexamethylmelamine Procarbazine Thiotepa *Also associated with cognitive impairment individually.