Christopher L. Brooks

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Chronic administration of 17beta-oestradiol (via drinking water) or the oral contraceptive Enovid (norethynodrel and mestranol) (0-1 mg injected s.c. twice weekly) to nulliparous C3H/HeJ female mice, beginning at one month of age and terminating at 20 months (17beta-oestradiol) or 22 months (Enovid), significantly increased the incidence of mammary tumours(More)
Mammary tumours were induced in 3 groups of male Long-Evans rats by a series of 6 fortnightly gastric intubations of 7,12-dimethylbenzanthracene. Two weeks before the initial carcinogen treatment one group of rats was grafted with 3 pituitary homografts underneath the kidney capsule of each recipient (hyperprolactinaemia). A second group, 2 weeks before the(More)
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