‘Suspect molecular signature’ in blood as the indicator of undiagnosed breast cancer, cancer risk and targeted prevention

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Breast cancer is a multifactorial disease with the highest incidence rates amongst all cancer types. Further, high levels of circulating tumour cells are a characteristic of breast cancer patients demonstrating a particular predisposition to the development of breast cancer metastatic disease. Actual diagnostic approaches are frequently unable to recognise… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/1878-5085-4-22

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@inproceedings{Debald2013SuspectMS, title={‘Suspect molecular signature’ in blood as the indicator of undiagnosed breast cancer, cancer risk and targeted prevention}, author={Manuel Debald and Kristina Yeghiazaryan and Melanie Cebioglu and Walther Christian Kuhn and Hans Heinrich Schild and Olga Golubnitschaja}, booktitle={EPMA Journal}, year={2013} }