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《Current Advances In Obstetrics and Gynecology》 2001-02
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Study of low dose cisplatin with radiotherapy enhancing the experimental human cervical carcinoma passage cells sensitivity produced by radiation.

Jiang Yuhua,Cheng Yufeng,Qiao Naian,et al.Department of Radiology of the Center of Tumor Prevention and Therapy,QiLu Hospital of Shandong University,Jinan 250012  
Objective:To study low dose cisplatin with radiotherapy enhancing the experimental human cervical carcinoma passage cells(HeLa cells)radiosensivity.Methods:The nude mice were divided into four groups(control group,radiotherapy only,chemotherapy only,radiotherapy and chemotherapy)randomly.The size of tumors was measured separately,and tumor growth curves were drafted.Results:Radiotherapy only and chemotherapy can inhibite the growth of tumor. There were obvious differences about the tumor size between radiotherapy plus chemotherapy and other groups.The rates of tumor growth inhibition were 69.48%,77.31%,90.24% respectively. Conclusions:Low dose cisplatin can obviously enhance the sensitivity of radiotherapy.This provides theoretical basis for the clinical use of low dose cisplatin with radiotherapy.
【Fund】: 山东医药卫生 95攻关课题资助! (0 8)
【CateGory Index】: R737.33
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