• Sequential ablative hormonal manipulations have produced tumor regressions in metastatic male breast carcinoma. Information with regard to the use of additive hormonal therapy after orchiectomy is limited. Regression of a pulmonary metastasis during treatment with megestrol acetate occurred in a man who had metastatic steroid receptor-positive breast carcinoma that had progressed after orchiectomy.
(Arch Intern Med 1981;141:809-810)
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