Oxidative stress and plasma lipoproteins in cancer patients

@article{Maia2014OxidativeSA,
  title={Oxidative stress and plasma lipoproteins in cancer patients},
  author={Fernanda Maria Machado Maia and E. B. Santos and Germana Elias Reis},
  journal={Einstein},
  year={2014},
  volume={12},
  pages={480 - 484}
}
Objective To evaluate the relation between oxidative stress and lipid profile in patients with different types of cancer. Methods This was an observational cross-sectional. A total of 58 subjects were evaluated, 33 males, divided into two groups of 29 patients each: Group 1, patients with cancer of the digestive tract and accessory organs; Group 2 patients with other types of cancers, all admitted to a public hospital. The plasma levels (lipoproteins and total cholesterol, HDL, and… Expand
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