Basal subtype breast carcinomas express EGFR and might be candidates for targeted therapy

  • Published 2007 in Nature Clinical Practice Oncology

Abstract

Incidental thyroid abnormalities are increasingly being found in patients undergoing PET scans for other indications, but there are no reliable criteria for the diagnosis of incidental thyroid malignancies, and controversy exists over which patients should undergo further investigation. Are et al. have shown that, although PETdetected incidental thyroid… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/ncponc0807

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@article{2007BasalSB, title={Basal subtype breast carcinomas express EGFR and might be candidates for targeted therapy}, author={}, journal={Nature Clinical Practice Oncology}, year={2007}, volume={4}, pages={331-332} }