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BACKGROUND Advances in understanding the molecular basis of breast cancer has necessitated a definition of improved indicators of prognosis that are central to the underlying cancer biology and that reflect the heterogeneous nature of the disease. This study investigates the pattern of expression of the steroid receptor co-regulators NCOA1/SRC1, NCOA3/RAC3,(More)
Vascular endothelial cell growth factors (VEGF)-A, -C and -D have potent angio and lymphangiogenic functions in experimental models, although their role in the progression of human breast cancer is unclear. The aims of the current study were to examine the relationship between the expression of the aforementioned growth factors with the angio and(More)
BACKGROUND As age advances breast cancer appears to change its biological characteristics, however, very limited data are available to define the precise differences between older and younger patients. METHODS Over 36 years (1973-2009), 1758 older (≥70 years) women with early operable primary breast cancer were managed in a dedicated clinic. In all, 813(More)
By contrast, the expression of hormone receptor positive estrogen increases with age (72% for b70 years, 78.6% between 70 and 79 years and 84.1% women ≥80 years; pb 0.001). The patients ≥70 years occur more frequently CM Luminal A and Luminal B and less frequently CM HER-2 (+). With increasing age the breast carcinoma has a greater tendency to be located in(More)
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