Ifosfamide and etoposide are superior to vincristine and melphalan for pediatric metastatic rhabdomyosarcoma when administered with irradiation and combination chemotherapy: A report from the intergroup rhabdomyosarcoma study group

Philip P. Breitfeld, Elizabeth Lyden, R. Beverly Raney, Lisa A. Teot, Moody Wharam, Thom Lobe, William M. Crist, Harold M. Maurer, Sarah S. Donaldson, Frederick B. Ruymann, James R. Anderson, Richard J. Andrassy, Carola A.S. Arndt, K. Scott Baker, Frederic G. Barr, W. Archie Bleyer, Philip Breitfeld, John C. Breneman, Julia Bridge, Kenneth BrownHolcombe E. Grier, Douglas Hawkins, Peter J. Houghton, Michael Link, William H. Meyer, Jeff Michalski, Sharon Murphy, Charles N. Paidas, Alberto S. Pappo, David M. Parham, Stephen J. Qualman, Leslie Robison, Eric Sandler, Lynn Smith, Poul H.B. Sorensen, Lisa Teot, Timothy Triche, Teresa J. Vietti, David Walterhouse, Eugene S. Wiener, Suzanne Wolden, Richard Womer, Joan L. Leeson

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