Zahia Zouaoui-Benhadji

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CONTEXT Support for non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (NHL) with large cells that is refractory or relapsed after first-line chemotherapy poses a greater therapeutic problem with bone marrow transplant therapy or when old age is a contra-indication for high-dose chemotherapy, especially among developing countries such as Algeria. AIM To show that the regimen,(More)
From January 1980 to September 1985, 82 patients with IA to IIIB clinical stage (CS) Hodgkin's disease were treated by three MOPP chemotherapy (CT) cycles followed by extended field radiotherapy (RT) including the spleen (30-40 Gy). 2 patients died during the treatment (medullary aplasia, pulmonary edema). 6 were in failure after three MOPP cycles; they(More)
From January 1980 to September 1986, 50 patients with Hodgkin disease, clinical stages (CS) IIIB (26 cases) and IVB (24 cases) were treated by three cycles of mechlorethamine, vincristine, procarbazine, and prednisone (MOPP) chemotherapy, followed by high-dose (40 Gy) (sub)total lymphoid irradiation, including the spleen. Ten patients (2 CS IIIB, 8 CS IVB)(More)
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