Tag: Ki-67

Ki-67: An antigen used as a measure of the proliferative activity of cancer cells. Ki-67 (or Ki67) is found only in growing, dividing cells (and not in cells in the resting phase of the cell growth cycle).

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03/16/14
Over 80% of women diagnosed with DCIS or LCIS do not progress to invasive breast cancer
01/31/14
Melatonin reduces tumor growth, proliferation, and angiogenesis in animal model of triple negative breast cancer
07/15/12
Reduction in breast density shows endocrine treatment is working
05/17/12
Metformin reduces cancer proliferation, but only in those with insulin resistance
05/15/12
Blueberries and raspberries both reduce mammary tumor development
04/28/12
Ki67 proliferation index predicts progression of LCIS to invasive breast cancer
01/09/12
Black cohosh reduces mammary tumor growth in a rat model of breast cancer
11/14/11
Cancer marker CA 15-3 can predict metastasis in women with early stage breast cancer
10/13/11
Coexisting DCIS independently predicts lower tumor aggressiveness in luminal breast cancer
09/12/11
Fish oil reduces breast cancer risk by depleting arachidonic acid in mammary tissue
05/05/11
Measles virus may be associated with breast cancer
04/14/10
Predictors of failure to respond to neoadjuvant chemotherapy

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