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Recurrence and survival after surgical management of rectal cancer.
A review of Vancouver Island Cancer Centre patients with rectal cancer was performed and the overall local recurrence rate was identified, finding those patients with "high risk" tumors comprise the group most likely to benefit from a routine mesorectal excision combined with adjuvant radiotherapy. Expand
Influence of cyclosporin a and α‐difluoromethylornithine, an inhibitor of polyamine biosynthesis, on two rodent T‐cell cancers in vivo
By reducing polyamine synthesis, a‐difluoromethylornithine (DFMO) may enhance the vulnerability of those malignant T cells which are susceptible to the as yet unexplained selective inhibitory action of CsA in vivo. Expand