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Sixty-five cancer patients pretreated with chemo or radiotherapy, with granulocytopenia less than 1000/mm3 and without fever, were entered into this study: 30 of them were submitted to prophylaxis with norfloxacin while the remaining 35 patients were used as a control group. 20% of the treated subjects versus 68.6% of the controls presented a subsequent(More)
Two hundred sixteen patients with unresectable non-small cell lung carcinoma were randomly allocated to receive etoposide (120 mg/m2, days 1-3) either alone or in combination with high-dose cisplatin (60 mg/m2, days 1-2). The patients' distribution and characteristics were similar in the two treatment arms. The objective response rate for etoposide was 7%(More)
Lonidamine was studied in advanced cancer patients. The drug was given orally by single or repeated administrations. Single doses ranged from 150 to 450 mg. Repeated administrations were performed with progressively increasing doses: 450-900 mg daily. Lonidamine lacked severe toxic effects after both single and prolonged administrations. The most common(More)