Randomized trial of high dose of stilboestrol and ethisterone in pregnancy: long-term follow-up of mothers

Beral, Valerie; Colwell, Linda
October 1980
British Medical Journal;10/25/1980, Vol. 281 Issue 6248, p1098
Academic Journal
Evaluates the effects of randomized trial of high doses of stilboestrol and ethisterone on pregnancy in Great Britain. Mortality rate of pregnant diabetic women; Manifestation of tumors of the reproductive tract; Correlation between estrogen treatment and breast cancer.


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