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New concepts in prolactin biology

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Ovarian hormones are not required for PRL-induced mammary tumorigenesis, but estrogen enhances neoplastic processes

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Diet and Nutrition: Eye on Iodine

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Can Vitex Agnus Castus be Used for the Treatment of Mastalgia? What is the Current Evidence?

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Sex hormones influence on the immune system: basic and clinical aspects in autoimmunity

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Hypothesis: Iodine, selenium and the development of breast cancer

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Proteolytic Cleavage Confers Nitric Oxide Synthase Inducing Activity upon Prolactin

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Pattern of distribution of cells positive for estrogen receptor and progesterone receptor in relation to proliferating cells in the mammary gland

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Prolactin response to thyrotropin-releasing hormone as a guideline for cyclical mastalgia treatment

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Iodine replacement in fibrocystic disease of the breast

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Double-blind controlled trial of progesterone vaginal cream treatment for cyclical mastodynia in women with benign breast disease

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Dose-Related Effects of Progesterone and 5 Alpha-Di hydroprogesterone upon Estrogen-Induced Prolactin Release

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Feedback regulation by progesterone of stress-induced prolactin release in rats

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Inadequate luteal phase and benign breast disease

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Risk factors for benign breast disease: a 30-year cohort study

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Age-related changes resembling fibrocystic disease in iodine-blocked rat breasts

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Computed tomographic evaluation of the breast

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Inadequate corpus luteal function in women with benign breast diseases

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Effects of oestrogen and bromocryptine on in vivo secretion and mitosis in prolactin cells

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The treatment of mammary dysplasia with special reference to microcystic and macrocystic disease of the breast

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