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A case of breast cancer with multiple lung metastases which responded to multi drug chemotherapy



A case of breast cancer with multiple lung metastases which responded to multi drug chemotherapy



Journal of Japan Society for Cancer Therapy 26(11): 2435-2438



A postmastectomized patient for breast cancer with multiple lung metastases, received the combination therapy of doxorubicin (ADRR), cyclophosphamide (CPA), fluorouracil (5-FU) and new anticancer agent antineoplaston A-10. The metastatic tumors showed remarkable reduction in size and number in 2 weeks. A tumor marker decreased concomitantly. No serious side effects from this combination were observed.

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