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AbstractAltered aerobic glycolysis is a well-recognized characteristic of cancer cell energy metabolism, known as the Warburg effect. Even in the presence of abundant oxygen, a majority of tumor cells produce substantial amounts of energy through a high glycolytic metabolism, and breast cancer (BC) is no exception. Breast cancer continues to be the second leading cause of cancer-associated mortality in women worldwide. However, the precise role of aerobic glycolysis in the development of BC remains elusive. Therefore, the present review attempts to address the implication of key enzymes of the aerobic glycolytic pathway in...
ConclusionsThese results raise the question whether axillary node status is redundant in cases with exceptionally good features, i.e., small tumors with low Ki67, or in those candidate to adjuvant systemic treatment/radiotherapy anyway including TNBC, and support the incorporation of primary BC tumor characteristics as stratification factors in ongoing trials aiming at de-escalating axillary surgical procedures.
Conditions: Breast Cancer; Triple Negative Breast Cancer Interventions: Drug: Carelizumab; Drug: Nab-paclitaxel; Drug: Apatinib Sponsor: Jiangsu HengRui Medicine Co., Ltd. Not yet recruiting
Condition: Breast Cancer Intervention: Device: cryo-ablation Sponsor: Fudan University Recruiting
Conditions: Breast Cancer; Brain Metastases Intervention: Drug: Palbociclib, Trastuzumab, Lapatinib and Fulvestrant Sponsor: wang shusen Not yet recruiting
Conditions: Quality of Life; Breast Cancer; Breast Neoplasms Intervention: Behavioral: quality of life pathway Sponsors: Tumor Center Regensburg; German Cancer Aid Active, not recruiting
A diet rich in fiber may reduce a woman's risk for breast cancer, a new study has found.
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According to a study published in the journalCancer, women who eat a diet high in fibre may have a reduced risk of developing breast cancer.The Times
Foods high in soluble fiber like oatmeal, nuts and beans were associated with reduced breast cancer incidence.