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Assessment of response to therapy in advanced breast cancer.
- J. Hayward, P. Carbone, J. C. Heusen, S. Kumaoka, A. Segaloff, R. Rubens
- British Journal of Cancer
- 1 March 1977
A system is proposed by the UICC for assessing response to treatment of advanced breast cancers.
Assessment of response to therapy in advanced breast cancer: a project of the Programme on Clinical Oncology of the International Union Against Cancer, Geneva, Switzerland.
Current status of estrogen and progesterone receptors in breast cancer
Breast cancer is often hormone responsive, since growth or regression of tumors can often be modulated by appropriate endocrine manipulations. Estrogen and progesterone appear to be major hormones… Expand
Assessment of response to therapy in advanced breast cancer: A project of the Programme on Clinical Oncology of the International Union against Cancer, Geneva, Switzerland
Assessment of response to therapy in advanced breast cancer. A project of the programme on clinical oncology of the International Union against Cancer, Geneva, Switzerland
Strain differences in response to estrone and the induction of mammary gland, adrenal, and bladder cancer in rats.
Summary 1.One hundred and seventy-six rats of four different inbred strains survived a minimum of 150 days after the implantation of an estrone pellet weighing 8–12 mg. in the subcutaneous tissues of… Expand
Advances in the biosciences 7: Schering Workshop on Steroid Hormone ‘Receptors’ Berlin, 1970 Editor: Gerhard Raspe Verlad, Friedr. Vieweg+Sohn GmbH, 3300 Braunschweig, Postfach 185, Germany-West,…
- A. Segaloff
- 1 August 1972
Androgenic therapy for advanced breast cancer in women. A report of the cooperative breast cancer group.
A randomized clinical trial of calusterone and testolactone according to the protocol of the Cooperative Breast Cancer Group (CBCG) produced objective remissions of advanced breast cancer in 28% of… Expand
Inhibition by progesterone of radiation-estrogen-induced mammary cancer in the rat.
- A. Segaloff
- Cancer research
- 1 May 1973
The data from this preliminary experiment make it appear that continuous administration of progesterone protects animals from the synergism between estrogen and radiation. However, it also appears… Expand