H. Stott

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This report gives the 5-year findings of a double-blind study of long-term cytotoxic chemotherapy as an adjuvant to surgery in patients receiving busulphan or cyclophosphamide for carcinoma of the bronchus compared with a group receiving a placebo. Of 243 patients initially allocated busulphan, 234 cyclophosphamide and 249 placebo, 28%, 27% and 34%(More)
The 15-year findings are presented of a double-blind, randomised study planned in 1964 in which cytotoxic chemotherapy with either busulphan or cyclophosphamide prescribed to be given daily for 2 years as an adjuvant to surgery was compared with placebo in the treatment of 726 patients with carcinoma of the bronchus. The two cytotoxic agents administered in(More)
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