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Metastatic frequency of spontaneous mammary carcinoma in mice following biopsy and following local roentgen irradiation



Metastatic frequency of spontaneous mammary carcinoma in mice following biopsy and following local roentgen irradiation



Cancer Research 13(10): 744-747



Local roentgen irradiation of spontaneous mammary carcinomas in DBA mice with doses of 1, 000-2, 000 r considerably increased the incidence of pulmonary metastases, as compared with a control group (22.2% against 5.4%). This was due only to a small extent to a longer survival of mice in this group, but primarily to a real increase in the metastatic tendency caused by the irradiation.

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