Tag: stageIV

Stage IV breast cancer: Metastatic breast cancer, in which the cancer has spread to at least one distant organ such as the bone, lung, brain or liver.

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08/22/15
Dietary sugar promotes breast cancer development and metastasis
11/10/13
Disrupted sleep may be associated with worse breast cancer survival
02/18/13
Copper chelation may help prevent recurrence in high-risk breast cancer patients
05/13/12
A story of long-term stage IV HER2+ breast cancer survival
01/20/12
Cholesterol drugs might inhibit tumor formation in some breast cancer patients
12/02/11
Knowing the receptor status of metastases improves treatment decisions
11/14/11
Cancer marker CA 15-3 can predict metastasis in women with early stage breast cancer
11/09/11
Curcumin reduces breast cancer resistance to treatment with Adriamycin (doxorubicin) chemotherapy
09/27/11
Hormone receptor status changes during progression in over one-third of breast cancer cases
09/18/11
Different breast cancer subtypes are prone to metastasize to different sites in the body
06/03/10
Differences in hormone receptor status between primary breast tumor and mets is common

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