Chemotherapy of advanced colorectal carcinoma: fluorouracil alone vs. two drug combinations using fluorouracil, hydroxyurea, semustine, dacarbazine, razoxane, and mitomycin. A phase III trial by the Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group (EST: 1278).

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Patients with advanced colorectal cancer and no prior chemotherapy were randomized to six treatment regimens: A) fluorouracil (FU) alone; B) FU + hydroxyurea (HU); C) semustine (SE) + dacarbazine (DA); D) FU + HU alternating with SE + DA; E) SE + razoxane (RA); F) mitomycin (MI) + DA. There were no significant treatment differences with respect to response… (More)

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@article{Engstrom1984ChemotherapyOA, title={Chemotherapy of advanced colorectal carcinoma: fluorouracil alone vs. two drug combinations using fluorouracil, hydroxyurea, semustine, dacarbazine, razoxane, and mitomycin. A phase III trial by the Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group (EST: 1278).}, author={Paul F. Engstrom and John MacIntyre and Abraham Mittelman and Dirk Klaassen}, journal={American journal of clinical oncology}, year={1984}, volume={7 4}, pages={313-8} }