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I found a few articles related to breast cancer, but please note the dates, as many of them are more than 5 years old and may no longer be relevant. You can read the journal articles that your doctors are reading, to see some of the clinical lingo in writing, and perhaps your doctor can let you know if there are any updated clinical research studies published in the medical journals that you may read. (Accessible at university and public libraries).

My source is PubMed for published clinical and medical research (again, it is difficult to read unless you have a medical degree, but you can get a general idea of what the research topic is, and what they concluded from the study...may create some good questions for you to speak with your doctor about):

- Current Trends in Pharmacotherapy of Breast Cancer (2002)
- The Evolution of Primary Chemo in Breast Cancer (2004)
- Ovarian Carcinoma & Chemo Treatment (2009)
- Radiation and Third-Generation Chemotherapy (2004)
- Effectiveness of Third-Generation Chemothearpy and Lung Cancer (2009)
- Third Generation Chemotherapy and Lung Cancer (2002)
- Annals of Internal Medicine: High-Dose Chemotherapy in Breast Cancer (1996)

September 6, 2009 - 6:13am


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