John W. Kreider

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Weekly i.p. injections of killed Corynebacterium parvum and of cyclophosphamide (given on different days) strongly inhibited growth of a transplantable munine mammary ad enocarcinoma. A significant(More)
The antitumor efficacy of various immune stimulants [Cory nebacterium parvum, Bordetella pertussis, and Baci!!us Ca!mette-Guërin(BCG)] and bevamisole alone or in conjunction with cycbophosphamide(More)
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