Adekumbiola A. F. Banjo

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BACKGROUND There are over four million people living with HIV/AIDS in Nigeria. Cervical cancer is the most common genital cancer in Nigeria. There are many reports on the association of HIV with increased risk of cervical dysplasia. OBJECTIVE To determine the prevalence of abormal cervical smears in Nigerian women who are HIV positive in Lagos. METHODS(More)
Background. Black women with breast cancer (BC) in Nigeria have higher mortality rate compared with British women. This study investigated prognostic features of cell proliferation biomarker (Ki-67) in Nigerian breast cancer women. Materials and Methods. The protein expression of Ki-67 was investigated in series of 308 Nigerian women, prepared as a tissue(More)
AIM Indigenous black women with breast cancer (BC) show a high frequency of triple negative breast cancer (TNBC) comprising ER-, PR- and HER2- phenotypes and BRCA1 deficiency together with a high mortality rate, prompting speculation that risk factors could be genetic and the molecular portrait of these tumours may be different to those of Western women.(More)
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