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Effect of Scattered Radiation on the Ovaries of Young Women in the Early Stages of Hodgkins Disease



Three thousand women, many of them of childbearing age, had Hodgkins disease in 1980. Patients with early disease have an excellent chance for cure. Scattered radiation to the ovaries of four patients in the childbearing age was measured, and the results and effects on future generations are discussed.

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