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Lung cancer mortality in a French cohort of hard-metal workers.
A cohort mortality study was carried out among workers of a plant producing hard metals using cobalt as a binder. This study was aimed at assessing possible lung cancer risks in relation with cobaltExpand
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[Pneumopathy due to sulfasalazopyrine. A case with a challenge test].
The complications of treatment with sulfasalazopyrine(SSP) are rare. We report a case of a 68 year old patient who was hospitalised for a hectic fever with weight loss, chest pain and dyspnoea ofExpand
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Benefits of polychemotherapy in advanced non‐small‐cell bronchogenic carcinoma
The benefits of polychemotherapy in advanced (Stage III) non‐small‐cell bronchogenic carcinoma remain uncertain. In attempt to answer the important question whether treatment improves well‐being andExpand
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Sodium diethyldithiocarbamate (imuthiol) and cancer.
Sodium diethyldithiocarbamate (imuthiol), a nonantigenic, nontoxic and noncarcinogenic compound, evinces distinctive properties in recruitment and activation of T cells, and no direct influences on BExpand
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[Possible interaction between theophylline and fluvoxamine].
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Scintigraphy with J001X, a Klebsiella membrane glycolipid, for the early diagnosis of chronic berylliosis: results from an experimental model.
A glycolipid (J001X) isolated from the membrane proteoglycans of a non-pathogenic strain of Klebsiella pneumoniae was developed to bind selectively to macrophages. A scintigraphic technique couldExpand
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Alveolar macrophage dysfunction in malignant lung tumours.
Alveolar macrophage chemotaxis was measured in 129 individuals--13 normal volunteers, 15 tumour free patients with recent bronchopulmonary infections, 10 patients with chronic bronchitis, 29 patientsExpand
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