N. J. Barash

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A randomized population-based study has been carried out since 1985 in Leningrad in order to evaluate the efficacy of breast self-examination (BSE) in early breast cancer detection. The population under study covers 120,310 women aged 40–64 years with no history of breast cancer. About half of these women were exposed to BSE training (60,221) and 60,098(More)
Clinical trial initiated in 1975 at the Petrov Research Institute of Oncology (Leningrad) included 1228 patients with breast cancer Stages I, II, and III. Adjuvant chemotherapy in patients with Stages I-II (P T0-2N0-1M0) leads to decrease in mortality rate by 24.3% in the case of monochemotherapy (thiotepa, six courses, 200 mg each course) and 32.4% in the(More)
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