Tamoxifen therapy in breast cancer control worldwide / R. R. Love & Koroltchouk
Love, R. R & Koroltchouk, Valentin. (1993). Tamoxifen therapy in breast cancer control worldwide / R. R. Love & Koroltchouk. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/51437
Bulletin of the World Health Organization 1993 ; 71(6) : 795-803
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Al Alwan, N.A.S.; Al Kubaisy, W.; Al Rawaq, K. (2000)Eighty-eight women presenting with locally advanced or metastatic breast cancer were treated with tamoxifen alone. Estrogen and progesterone receptors [ER and PR] were immunocytochemically analysed in mammary tumour cells obtained by fine needle sampling from 73 patients. Of the breast carcinomas, 34.2% were ER+/PR+ and 43.8% were ER-/PR-. The ER+ content increased with age in postmenopausal women. After tamoxifen treatment objective remission occurred in 39.7% of the women. The overall response rate was 53.3% in the ER+/PR- group and 73.1% in ...