Items Tagged ‘subcutaneous’

November 25th, 2014

PV-10 Injection is Promising Treatment of Melanoma Lesions


The results of an international clinical trial evaluating the use of intralesional rose bengal (PV-10), injected in 80 patients with refractory cutaneous or subcutaneous metastatic melanoma were recently reported. PV-10 is a 10% solution of Rose Bengal, which was originally used as an agent to stain necrotic tissue in the cornea. Its potential use in […]

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Tags: intralesional, Melanoma, News, pv-10, Recurrent Melanoma, Stage III Melanoma, Stage IV Melanoma, Stages I-II Melanoma, subcutaneous