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Public Science Insights: A molecular perspective of clinical benefit: Why shouldn't Luminal-A patients be considered in pCR discussions?

Posted Tue, Jan, 17,2017

Gene expression profiling has led to the molecular classification of breast cancer characterized by intrinsic subtypes: basal-like, HER2-positive, luminal-A, and luminal-B. Although the subtypes are frequently treated as similar entities, there are obvious differences in subtype biological and prognostic characteristics.  These differences are clearly evident in the neoadjuvant setting with p...

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Posted Wed, Jan, 11,2017

We are pleased to announce the publication of the following peer reviewed papers. Sign up to receive email alerts to receive immediate notification of new papers.Breast Cancer: Basic and Clinical ResearchSafety, Efficacy, and Patient Acceptability of Everolimus in the Treatment of Breast CancerClinical Medicine Insights: Case ReportsMetreleptin Treatment in Three Patients with Generalize...

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Posted Fri, Jan, 06,2017

We are pleased to announce the publication of the following peer reviewed papers. Sign up to receive email alerts to receive immediate notification of new papers.Advances in Tumor VirologyHepatitis C Virus Core Gene Polymorphism in Cases of Hepatocellular CarcinomaBiochemistry InsightsEffects of Sterculia setigera Del. Stem Bark Extract on Hematological and Biochemical Parameters of Wist...

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Public Science Insights: The One-Eyed Duke of Urbino

Posted Tue, Jan, 03,2017

One of the most famous paintings in the world is Piero della Francesca's Portraits of the Duke and Duchess of Urbino, which hangs in the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Italy. The Duke of Urbino, Federico da Montefeltro (1422-1482), was a renowned soldier, political leader, and patron of the arts during the Italian Renaissance. He is painted in profile from the left side because he is known to hav...

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Published This Week (19th December – 23rd December)

Posted Sun, Dec, 25,2016

We are pleased to announce the publication of the following peer reviewed papers. Sign up to receive email alerts to receive immediate notification of new papers.Advances in Tumor VirologyHepatitis C Virus Core Gene Polymorphism in Cases of Hepatocellular CarcinomaBiochemistry InsightsIdentification of Stevioside Using Tissue Culture-Derived Stevia (Stevia rebaudiana) LeavesBioinformatic...

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Published This Week (12th December - 16th December)

Posted Tue, Dec, 20,2016

We are pleased to announce the publication of the following peer reviewed papers. Sign up to receive email alerts to receive immediate notification of new papers.Biochemistry InsightsEffects of Sterculia setigera Del. Stem Bark Extract on Hematological and Biochemical Parameters of Wistar RatsBiomarker InsightsPrognostic Value of MammaPrint® in Invasive Lobular Breast CancerA Compari...

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