Fatima Z Zouanat

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Androgen withdrawal is the most effective form of systemic therapy for men with advanced prostate cancer. Unfortunately, androgen-independent progression is inevitable, and the development of hormone-refractory disease and death occurs within 2 to 3 years in most men. The understanding of molecular mechanisms promoting the growth of androgen-independent(More)
Castrate-resistant prostate cancer (CRPC) is invariably lethal and still poorly understood. IL-6/pSTAT3 appears critical as elevated IL-6 and pSTAT3 correlate with CRPC and poor prognosis. We previously reported on the Fer tyrosine kinase being an integral component of the IL-6 pathway in PC by controlling STAT3. Since IL-6 also controls androgen receptor(More)
BACKGROUND Clinical applicability of newly discovered reagents for molecular imaging is hampered by the lack of translational models. As the dog prostate cancer (DPC-1) model recapitulates in dogs the natural history of prostate cancer in man, we tested the feasibility of single-photon emission computed tomography (SPECT)/CT imaging in this model using an(More)
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