Rhythm alteration in patients with metastatic breast cancer and poor prognostic factors

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Circulating blood cell counts, serum cortisol, proteins, alkaline phosphatase, carcinoembryonic antigen and CA15.3 displayed significant circadian rhythms in a group of 13 women with metastatic breast cancer. Statistical significance (P<0.05) was assessed with both analysis of variance and cosinor analysis. All patients had been previously treated with… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01198101

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@article{Touitou1995RhythmAI, title={Rhythm alteration in patients with metastatic breast cancer and poor prognostic factors}, author={Yvan Touitou and Francis L{\'e}vi and Andr{\'e} Bogdan and Manuel Benavides and François Bailleul and J. -L. Misset}, journal={Journal of Cancer Research and Clinical Oncology}, year={1995}, volume={121}, pages={181-188} }