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Medline ® Abstract for Reference 27

of 'Chemotherapy hepatotoxicity and dose modification in patients with liver disease'

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Hepatitis B virus reactivation in patients with solid tumors receiving systemic anticancer treatment.
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Voican CS, Mir O, Loulergue P, Dhooge M, Brezault C, Dréanic J, Chaussade S, Pol S, Coriat R
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Ann Oncol. 2016 Dec;27(12):2172-2184.
 
BACKGROUND: Hepatitis B virus (HBV) reactivation is a well-known risk during chemotherapy for hematological malignancies with reported rates ranging between 14% and 72%. However, there is a paucity of data regarding HBV infection management and reactivation risk in patients receiving systemic treatments for solid tumors.
DESIGN: We conducted a PubMed search for publications from January 1990 until May 2016 related to HBV reactivation. The search terms were 'hepatitis B reactivation', cross-referenced with 'chemotherapy', then 'hepatitis B' cross-referenced with International Non-proprietary Name of each of the most used chemotherapy drugs in solid tumors.
RESULTS: From these data, a grading of HBV reactivation risk and recommendations for management are given for most frequently used anticancer drugs in solid tumors.
CONCLUSION: Most drugs used for the treatment of solid tumors can induce hepatitis B reactivation in HBs antigen-positive patients. HBV screening can be recommended before systemic treatment initiation. Pre-emptive antiviral treatment can reduce the risk of HBV reactivation and prevent chemotherapy disruption.
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Gastro-Enterology and Digestive Oncology Unit, Cochin Teaching Hospital, AP-HP, UniversitéParis Descartes, Sorbonne Paris Cité, Paris.
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