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The influence of radiotherapy and chemotherapy on the vitamin status of cancer patients

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Author: Schreurs, W.H.P. · Odink, J. · Egger, R.J. · Wedel, M. · Bruning, P.F.
Type:article
Date:1985
Institution: Instituut CIVO-Toxicologie en voeding TNO
Source:International Journal for Vitamin and Nutrition Research, 4, 55, 425-432
Identifier: 229908
Keywords: Antineoplastic agent · Bladder · Blood and hemopoietic system · Cancer combination chemotherapy · Clinical article · Drug efficacy · Hodgkin disease · Human · Intravenous drug administration · Male genital system · Priority journal · Therapy · Ascorbic Acid · Bladder Neoplasms · Calcifediol · Female · Human · Lymphoma · Male · Neoplasms · Prostatic Neoplasms · Uterine Neoplasms · Vitamin A · Vitamin B 12 · Vitamin E · Vitamins

Abstract

Chemicals/CAS: Ascorbic Acid, 50-81-7; Calcifediol, 19356-17-3; Vitamin A, 11103-57-4; Vitamin B 12, 68-19-9; Vitamin E, 1406-18-4; Vitamins