The growth of a primary tumor (sarcoma M-1) during the training of rats to hypoxia in the low pressure chamber
The effect of hypoxic training of rats on the growth of transplantable tumors (sarcoma M-1) was studied in experiments involving 161 animals. In training the rats at an “altitude” of 6,000 m, the tumor growth was delayed by 18.6 per cent. With the rise of the training “altitude” there is a progressively increasing development of the tumor growth-inhibiting mechanisms. At the maximal “altitude” of training (10,750m) the tumor growth inhibition reached 57.5%.
KeywordsPublic Health Primary Tumor Tumor Growth Sarcoma Growth Inhibition
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