Tag: breastCancerStemCell

Breast cancer stem cell: A cell that has the ability to divide indefinitely, driving tumor development and metastasis. Breast cancer stem cells are resistant to chemotherapy and radiation treatment. Regular cancer cells are the progeny of cancer stem cells.

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03/12/17
Broccoli compound sulforaphane heightens taxane chemotherapy effectiveness against triple negative breast cancer
10/09/16
Melatonin reduces the viability of both ER+ and ER- breast cancer stem cells
05/23/15
Sulforaphane inhibits Herceptin-resistant Her2+ tumor growth and reduces triple negative breast cancer stem cell populations
04/18/15
Aspirin reduces the growth and self-renewal capacity of breast cancer stem cells
02/22/15
Blueberry and ginger compounds increase effects of Taxol on ER+/PR+ breast cancer stem cells
03/29/13
Blueberry compound inhibits breast cancer stem cell generation and activities
03/15/12
Black pepper compound suppresses mammary cancer growth and metastasis
03/06/12
Inflammation leads to the transformation of normal cells into breast cancer cells
02/16/12
Radiation treatment can convert surviving cancer cells into stem cells
11/18/11
Metformin might increase the effectiveness of radiation treatment by killing cancer stem cells
09/21/11
Prenatal exposure to bisphenol A induces precancerous changes in mammary glands of offspring
09/13/11
Some fish oil supplements could interfere with effectiveness of chemotherapy
11/03/10
Chemotherapy resistance is accompanied by increase in number of breast cancer stem cells
04/18/10
Broccoli compound sulforaphane reduces breast cancer stem cell growth and survival

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