Improved survival of patients with metastatic breast cancer receiving combination chemotherapy.

Abstract

Groups of patients with newly diagnosed metastatic breast cancer who were consecutively registered into a breast cancer clinic beginning January 1956 (210 patients), January 1966 (210 patients), and January 1975 (251 patients), were analyzed to determine the impact on survival of the various treatment modalities utilized in each decade. Comparisons of… (More)

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@article{Ross1985ImprovedSO, title={Improved survival of patients with metastatic breast cancer receiving combination chemotherapy.}, author={Melynda Burck Ross and Aman U. Buzdar and Thomas Smith and Neil Eckles and G. N. Hortobagyi and George R. Blumenschein and E J Freireich and E A Gehan}, journal={Cancer}, year={1985}, volume={55 2}, pages={341-6} }