PAULO MARCELO GEHM HOFF

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Departamento de Radiologia, Faculdade de Medicina - Docente
LIM/24 - Laboratório de Oncologia Experimental, Hospital das Clínicas, Faculdade de Medicina - Líder

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  • bookPart
    O câncer no envelhecimento
    (2015) KANAJI, Ana Lumi; JR, Luiz Antonio Gil; KARNAKIS, Theodora; HOFF, Paulo Marcelo Gehm
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    A Phase I Study of Imatinib, Dacarbazine, and Capecitabine in Advanced Endocrine Cancers
    (2014) HALPERIN, Daniel M.; HOFF, Paulo; HOFF, Ana O.; PHAN, Alexandria; YAO, James C.
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    Expression of ERCC1 protein (excision repair cross complementing group 1) in patients with invasive carcinoma of the uterine cervix (CC) undergoing definitive chemoradiation (CR)
    (2012) CAIRES, Inacelli Queiroz de Souza; CAIRES-LIMA, Rafael; COLOMBO, Renata; RAMOS, Clarissa C. A.; MACHADO, Karime Kalil; SIQUEIRA, Sheila Aparecida Coelho; CARVALHO, Heloisa de Andrade; FUKUSHIMA, Julia Tizue; ADRA, Thais Rodrigues; HOFF, Paulo M.; ESTEVEZ-DIZ, Maria Del Pilar
    Background: CC is the leading cause of cancer death among women in developing countries. ERCC1 protein participates in DNA repair through the nucleotide excision repair pathway, involved in resistance to platinum-based chemotherapy. Its value as a predictive marker of tumor response to treatment, progression or death is still unknown. We evaluated ERCC1 protein expression and clinical variables as a predictive marker of progression-free survival (PFS) and overall survival (OS) in patients (pts) with CC submitted to CR. Methods: Retrospective data analysis of pts with histological diagnosis of CC, treated with CR between 2004-2009. Platinum-based chemotherapy was administered weekly (x6) concurrent to external beam radiotherapy (EBRT) to the pelvis (39.6 – 45.0 Gy), parametrial boost (14.0 – 20.0 Gy) when indicated and high-dose rate brachytherapy (HDR) (28.0 – 30.0 Gy). ERCC1 expression was assessed by immunohistochemistry (IHC). Results: We analyzed 75 pts, median age was 55 years (range 24-76), the performance status (PS) was 0 or 1 at baseline in 50 pts (66%) and 63 had squamous histology (84%). Thirty-two were stage IIB (43%) and 19 were IIIB (25%). Sixty-five patients received cisplatin 40mg/m2/w (87%) and 9, carboplatin AUC2/w (12%), median of 6 cycles (range 2-9). Median RT and HDR doses were 59.4 Gy (range 40.4 to 60.3) and 28.0 Gy (range 14.0 – 37.5), respectively. Thirty-two pts were available by ERCC1 IHC and all expressed the marker. Median PFS and OS were 35.5 (95% CI – 13.8 - 57.6) and 81 (95% CI- 21.2 - 140.8) months, respectively. In multivariate analysis, receiving < 6 chemotherapy cycles and baseline Hb <10.0 were correlated with disease progression and death, HR 0.302; p 0.011 (95% CI- 0.012-0.762) and HR 0.6; p 0.00 (95% CI- 0.474 – 0.760), respectively. PS at baseline did not correlate with PFS or OS, HR 0.985; p 0.614 (95% CI 0.930 – 1.044). Conclusions: In this population, since all pts expressed the protein, ERCC1 expression couldn't discriminate patients who most benefit from CR. Interestingly, a minimum of 6 chemotherapy cycles and a baseline Hb ≥ 10.0 seem to have a prognostic value.
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    Obesidade e câncer
    (2015) ATTA, José Antonio; HOFF, Paulo M.
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    Tolerability of modified gemcitabine/docetaxel (split-dose) in patients with advanced soft tissue sarcomas
    (2016) AZEVEDO, R. G. M. V. D.; FRAILE, N.; SAADI NETO, E.; LOPEZ, R. V. M.; TOLOI, D.; HOFF, P. M.; FEHER, O.; CAMARGO, V. P. D.; MUNHOZ, R.
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    BRAZILIAN DIRECTOR OF CARDIO-ONCOLOGY OF THE BRAZILIAN CARDIOLOGY SOCIETY ACHIEVEMENT
    (2011) KALIL FILHO, Roberto; HAJJAR, Ludhmila Abrahao; BACAL, Fernando; HOFF, Paulo Marcelo Gehm; DIZ, Maria Del Pilar Estevez; GALAS, Filomena Regina Barbosa Gomes; FUKUSHIMA, Julia Tizue; ALMEIDA, Juliano Pinheiro de; NAKAMURA, Rosana Ely; TRIELLI, Thalia Rodrigues; BITTAR, Cristina Salvadori; SANTOS, Marilia Harumi dos; GALDEANO, Flavia Gomes; AULER JUNIOR, Jose Otavio da Costa; SILVESTRINI, Anderson Arantes; ALENCAR, Aristoteles; MOTA, Augusto Cesar de Andrade; GUSMAO, Cid Abreu Buarque de; ALMEIDA, Dirceu Rodrigues; SIMOES, Claudia Marques; BOCCHI, Edimar Alcides; LIMA, Enaldo Melo de; FERNANDES, Fabio; SILVEIRA, Fabio Serra; VILAS-BOAS, Fabio; SILVA NETO, Luis Beck da; ROHDE, Luis Eduardo Paim; MONTERA, Marcelo Westerlund; BARBOSA, Marcia; MANO, Max Senna; RIECHELMANN, Rachel Simoes; ARAI, Roberto Jun; MARTINS, Silvia M.; FERREIRA, Silvia Moreira Ayub; SANTOS, Veronica
  • article 2517 Citação(ões) na Scopus
    ESMO consensus guidelines for the management of patients with metastatic colorectal cancer
    (2016) CUTSEM, E. Van; CERVANTES, A.; ADAM, R.; SOBRERO, A.; KRIEKEN, J. H. Van; ADERKA, D.; AGUILAR, E. Aranda; BARDELLI, A.; BENSON, A.; BODOKY, G.; CIARDIELLO, F.; D'HOORE, A.; DIAZ-RUBIO, E.; DOUILLARD, J. -Y.; DUCREUX, M.; FALCONE, A.; GROTHEY, A.; GRUENBERGER, T.; HAUSTERMANS, K.; HEINEMANN, V.; HOFF, P.; KOEHNE, C. -H.; LABIANCA, R.; LAURENT-PUIG, P.; MA, B.; MAUGHAN, T.; MURO, K.; NORMANNO, N.; OSTERLUND, P.; OYEN, W. J. G.; PAPAMICHAEL, D.; PENTHEROUDAKIS, G.; PFEIFFER, P.; PRICE, T. J.; PUNT, C.; RICKE, J.; ROTH, A.; SALAZAR, R.; SCHEITHAUER, W.; SCHMOLL, H. J.; TABERNERO, J.; TAIEB, J.; TEJPAR, S.; WASAN, H.; YOSHINO, T.; ZAANAN, A.; ARNOLD, D.
    The clinical outcome for patients with metastatic CRC (mCRC) has improved greatly over the last 20 years. These ESMO consensus guidelines have been developed based on the current available evidence to provide a series of evidence-based recommendations to assist in the treatment and management of patients with mCRC in this rapidly evolving treatment setting.Colorectal cancer (CRC) is one of the most common malignancies in Western countries. Over the last 20 years, and the last decade in particular, the clinical outcome for patients with metastatic CRC (mCRC) has improved greatly due not only to an increase in the number of patients being referred for and undergoing surgical resection of their localised metastatic disease but also to a more strategic approach to the delivery of systemic therapy and an expansion in the use of ablative techniques. This reflects the increase in the number of patients that are being managed within a multidisciplinary team environment and specialist cancer centres, and the emergence over the same time period not only of improved imaging techniques but also prognostic and predictive molecular markers. Treatment decisions for patients with mCRC must be evidence-based. Thus, these ESMO consensus guidelines have been developed based on the current available evidence to provide a series of evidence-based recommendations to assist in the treatment and management of patients with mCRC in this rapidly evolving treatment setting.
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    A phase II trial of metformin and fluorouracil (MetFU) for patients (pts) with metastatic colorectal cancer (mCRC) refractory to standard treatment
    (2014) MIRANDA, Vanessa Costa; FARIA, Luiza Dib; BRAGHIROLI, Maria Ignez Freitas Melro; JACOBS, Monica; SABBAGA, Jorge; HOFF, Paulo Marcelo; RIECHELMANN, Rachel Pimenta
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    CARDIOVASCULAR MORTALITY AND MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION AFTER RADIATION THERAPY FOR LEFT VERSUS RIGHT SIDED BREAST CANCER: A META-ANALYSIS
    (2016) BITTENCOURT, Marcio Sommer; VECSEY-NAGY, Milan; SANTOS, Marilia; SILVA, Carolina; FONSECA, Silvia M.; BITTAR, Cristina S.; HOFF, Paulo G.; KALIL-FILHO, Roberto; HAJJAR, Ludhmila A.
  • article 29 Citação(ões) na Scopus
    Return to work after breast cancer diagnosis: An observational prospective study in Brazil
    (2018) LANDEIRO, Luciana C. G.; GAGLIATO, Debora M.; FEDE, Angelo B.; FRAILE, Natalia M.; LOPEZ, Rossana M.; FONSECA, Leonardo G. da; PETRY, Vanessa; TESTA, Laura; HOFF, Paulo M.; MANO, Max S.
    Background In North America and Europe, return-to-work (RTW) rates vary among breast cancer (BC) survivors, from 24% to 66% and from 53% to 82% at 6 and 36 months after diagnosis, respectively. To date, there is a lack of data on RTW rates after BC diagnosis in Latin America. Therefore, the primary objectives of this study were to define RTW rates at 12 and 24 months after BC diagnosis and to identify the factors associated with RTW in this population. Methods In total, 125 employed women from a single institution with newly diagnosed BC were interviewed by telephone at 6, 12, and 24 months after diagnosis. Those who had inoperable or metastatic disease were excluded. Results Overall, RTW rates were 30.3% and 60.4% at 12 and 24 months after BC diagnosis, respectively. Most women reported that they received support from their employer, but only 29.1% reported having been offered work adjustments. In multivariate analysis, the factors associated with positive RTW outcomes included higher household income (odds ratio [OR], 17.76; 95% confidence interval [CI], 3.33-94.75; P = .001), breast-conserving surgery (OR, 9.77; 95% CI, 2.03-47.05; P = .004), and work adjustments (OR, 37.62; 95% CI, 2.03-47.05; P = .004). The factors associated with negative RTW outcomes included adjuvant endocrine therapy (OR, 0.11; 95% CI, 0.02-0.74; P = .023), and depression diagnosed after BC (OR, 0.07; 95% CI, 0.01-0.63; P = .017). Conclusions RTW rates in the current study were lower than those observed in developed countries but similar to the rates among low-income Americans. Workplace adjustments, higher income, breast-conserving surgery, endocrine therapy, and depression after BC played an important role in the RTW decision. Cancer 2018;124:4700-4710. (C) 2018 American Cancer Society.