Histological Grading and Prognosis in Breast Cancer
This is a selection of photographs from around the world taken in the period of May 21 to 29, 1997, which were taken at the request of the then-president of the United States, George W. Bush.
Craniopharyngioma--a long-term results following limited surgery and radiotherapy.
- Chairman., H. Bloom, Estevez, J. Fortner, B. Hoogstraten
- MedicineUICC Current Treatment of Cancer
This series of professional books provides in-depth information on all aspects of the diagnosis and treatment of different hematologic cancers, including clinical evaluation, imaging diagnosis,…
Endocrine disorders following treatment of childhood brain tumours.
The results confirm the requirement for long-term follow-up of children treated for brain tumours from the endocrine point of view and suggesticipation of hormone deficiencies and replacement treatment can improve the quality of life of survivors.
Natural History of Untreated Breast Cancer (1805-1933)
There is no general agreement on the best treatment for patients with operable carcinoma of the breast, and McKinnon and also Park and Lees (1951) go so far as to doubt whether the methods of treatment employed for breast cancer at the present time have any value at all in prolonging life.
Adjuvant chemotherapy for medulloblastoma: the first multi-centre control trial of the International Society of Paediatric Oncology (SIOP I).
Intracranial ependymoma: long-term results of a policy of surgery and radiotherapy.
Pineal and CNS germ cell tumors: Royal Marsden Hospital experience 1962-1987.
Low grade glioma of the cerebral hemispheres in adults: a retrospective analysis of 88 cases.
Postoperative radiotherapy in the management of spinal cord ependymoma.
- S. Whitaker, E. Bessell, S. Ashley, H. Bloom, B. Bell, M. Brada
- MedicineJournal of Neurosurgery
- 1 May 1991
The 5- and 10-year progression-free survival rates following radical radiotherapy were both 59%, and cause-specific survival rates were 69% at 5 years and 62% at 10 years, suggesting that radiotherapy may achieve long-term tumor control in over half of those patients with residual spinal ependymoma.