Published in Cancer Weekly, May 18th, 2004
"It can be achieved permanently by surgery or radiotherapy and reversibly by LhRH agonists. This paper discusses the evidence that it is an effective adjuvant therapy and defines the place of oophorectomy in the management of such patients," a scientist in England reports.
"The achievement of an amenhorreic state is important and chemotherapy may well exert some of its effects by causing ovarian suppression," wrote Richard Sainsbury at University College London. "The use of LhRH agonists in managing such patients is discussed."
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