Published in Cancer Weekly, November 17th, 1997
Dr. William Peters, chairman of Detroit's Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute, argued that bone marrow transplants give women the best chance of survival.
"This saves more lives than any form of chemotherapy," Peters said in a conference debate.
But Dr. Craig Henderson, a cancer researcher at Sequus Pharmaceuticals Inc. in Menlo Park, Calif., took issue with Peters. Henderson says women given the transplants live longer only because they are healthier than comparison groups of women getting standard...
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