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Development of antiestrogen resistance is a major clinical problem, and therefore it is crucial to elucidate the mechanisms involved. To investigate whether gain-of-function or loss-of-function mechanisms was most likely to be involved, cell fusion between the antiestrogen-sensitive MCF-7 and the ICI 164384- and ICI 182780-resistant MCF-7/164(R)-5 cell(More)
Most breast cancer patients treated with anti-oestrogens will eventually develop resistance towards treatment. Therefore it is important to find new therapeutic agents effective for treatment of patients relapsing on anti-oestrogen. The vitamin D analogue EB1089 (Seocalcitol(TM)) is a promising new agent for treatment of breast cancer patients with advanced(More)
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