Predictors of long-term outcome following high-dose chemotherapy in high-risk primary breast cancer

Somlo, G.; Simpson, J.F.; Frankel, P.; Chow, W.; Leong, L.; Margolin, K.; Jr., R. Morgan; Raschko, J.; Shibata, S.; Forman, S.; Kogut, N.; McNamara, M.; Molina, A.; Somlo, E.; Doroshow, J.H.
July 2002
British Journal of Cancer;7/29/2002, Vol. 87 Issue 3, p281
Academic Journal
Identifies the predictors of long-term outcome following high-dose chemotherapy in high-risk primary breast cancer. Survival rate; p53 protein expression; Estrogen-progesterone receptor status; Stage of the disease; Mitotic index.


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