Tag: stageIII

Stage III breast cancer: Breast cancer with at least one of the following characteristics: (1) large tumor size (> 5 cm) and at least 1 positive axillary lymph node; (2) at least 4 positive lymph nodes or has spread to internal mammary or clavicular lymph nodes; (3) tumor has grown into the chest wall or skin.

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07/18/15
Copper depletion could inhibit tumor progression, especially in triple negative disease
11/29/13
Vitamin D favorably influences breast cancer-related genes in triple negative cells
02/18/13
Copper chelation may help prevent recurrence in high-risk breast cancer patients
01/20/12
Cholesterol drugs might inhibit tumor formation in some breast cancer patients
10/19/11
Tumor response to anti-estrogen treatment before surgery is influenced by BMI and race
09/28/11
The bisphosphonate zoledronic acid might reduce breast cancer recurrence in postmenopausal women
09/20/11
Triple negative breast cancer incidence and recurrence patterns in a Latina population
04/01/11
Obesity not linked to survival in women with triple negative breast cancer
01/16/11
Patterns of breast cancer in Black women suggest mammograms should start in 40s
12/24/10
Male breast cancer patients are less likely to survive than female patients
07/07/10
Follow-up after breast cancer should take into account risk of relapse
04/29/10
Triple negative breast cancer involves increased risk of distant relapse within shorter time

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