High expression of soluble CD155 in estrogen receptor-negative breast cancer.
CONCLUSIONS: The serum level of sCD155 is correlated with high risk factors in breast cancer. PMID: 31372841 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Conclusions: This study is the first stage of the dosimetric evaluation of a new method. The analysis allows treating complex localizations of the breast cancer, for example, in a close position to the skin or ribs. In order to minimize the toxic effects, it is necessary to consider patient selection, catheter administration, and dose optimization. PMID: 31523236 [PubMed]
This study examined the suitability of health insurance claims data for assessing and explaining geographic variations in mammography screening participation and breast cancer incidence at the district level. Based on screening unit data (1,181,212 mammography screening events), cancer registry data (13,241 incident breast cancer cases) and claims data (147,325 mammography screening events; 1,778 incident breast cancer cases), screening unit and claims-based standardized participation ratios (SPR) of mammography screening as well as cancer registry and claims-based standardized incidence ratios (SIR) of breast cancer betwe...
This study aimed to provide a better understanding of the altered molecular networks in BC from the gulf region. Herein, we compared the transcriptome of BC to adjacent normal tissue from six BC patients and identified 1,108 upregulated and 518 downregulated transcripts. A selected number of genes from the RNA-Seq analysis were subsequently validated using qRT-PCR. Differentially expressed (2.0-fold change, adj. p
ConclusionsAlcohol consumption was minimally associated with all-cancer risk. Cigarette smoking clearly increased all-cancer risk, with females being more affected than males. Combined use of alcohol and tobacco increased the risk of developing all, colon, and prostate cancers. A “U-shaped” multiplicative interaction was observed for breast cancer when alcohol and tobacco were used in combination.
Breast cancer in men is rare, but for those at a high risk, screening mammography may be beneficial in detecting early stage tumors.Medscape Medical News
Publication date: Available online 16 September 2019Source: Pathology - Research and PracticeAuthor(s): Yu-Hui Zhou, Yang Liu, Wei Zhang, Chao Liu, Jian-Jun He, Xiao-Jiang TangABSTRACTBackgroundChemotherapy is the predominant treatment option for patients with breast cancer. Selection of patients according to biomarker will improve chemotherapy efficacy. In the present study, we examined the relations of the expression of candidate genes and 21-recurrence score (RS) results to patients’ demographic characteristics, histopathological factors, and outcomes.MethodsA total of 146 patients were enrolled in this study. The...
Mammograms are more effective at detecting breast cancer in high-risk men than in women who are at average risk of developing the disease, and could provide potentially lifesaving early detection of male breast cancer.
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The survivors, from Lincolnshire, aged from 47 to 81 and including eight blood relatives, won their battle after 15 years. Joyce Waite, 78, was the first to be diagnosed in 2002.