EFFICACY OF SYSTEMIC ONCOLOGICAL TREATMENTS IN PATIENTS WITH ADVANCED, NON-INTESTINAL DIGESTIVE CANCER AT HIGH RISK OF DYING IN THE MIDDLE AND SHORT TERM: EVIDENCE SYNTHESIS

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Description: This project will critically synthesise the existing evidence regarding the effectiveness of systemic oncological treatments (chemotherapy, immunotherapy and biological therapy) in patients with non-intestinal digestive cancer that are at high risk of dying at the middle or short term, compared with any regime without any of those therapies.

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