THE MILK-INFLUENCE OF BREAST TUMORS IN MICE

@article{Bittner1942THEMO,
  title={THE MILK-INFLUENCE OF BREAST TUMORS IN MICE},
  author={John J. Bittner},
  journal={Science},
  year={1942},
  volume={95},
  pages={462 - 463}
}
Females of the fostered C3H strain and the BAF1 hybrid generation, having a normal incidence of breast tumors of 1-2 per cent., were given, by mouth or injection, filtrates (Seitz filter) or extracts of glycerinated-treated tissue containing the active milk-influence for the development of spontaneous breast cancer. Sixty-three experimental mice were observed to have an incidence of 41 per cent. Thirty-six mice received unfiltered or untreated material and have had an incidence of 67 per cent… 
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