F. Granath

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A study was made evaluating the use of radiation-induced cell cycle delay in lymphocytes to predict tumour response to radiotherapy. Peripheral blood lymphocytes were isolated from whole blood from 49 patients with head and neck cancer before treatment with radiotherapy and from 25 healthy donors. The clinical response to radiotherapy was assessed at 0-2(More)
BACKGROUND The peak in incidence of ovarian cancer occurs around 65 years and concurrent increasing risk by age for a number of diseases strongly influence treatment and prognosis. The aim was to explore prevalence and incidence of co-morbidity in ovarian cancer patients compared with the general population. METHODS The study population was patients with(More)
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