Mice were given repeated injections, at 21 day intervals, of cyclophosphamide paired with a novel taste (saccharin) in the drinking water. Subsequent challenge with a syngeneic plasmacytoma tumor led to elevated tumor growth and mortality only in conditioned mice that were reexposed to saccharin. This effect was abolished by conditioned exposure to a histamine type II-receptor antagonist.

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