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Anticoagulants in the treatment of small cell carcinoma of the bronchus.
  1. C F Stanford


    The object of this study was to see if the addition of anticoagulants to a regimen of cytotoxic drugs would improve the prognosis in patients with small cell carcinoma of the bronchus. Twenty-four patients were randomly allocated to receive chemotherapy or chemotherapy plus anticoagulants. The median survival in the group receiving the anticoagulants was not improved.

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