Breast cancer in males: DNA content and sex chromosome constitution.

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The infrequent occurrence of breast cancer in males may reflect different etiologic factors and decreased hormonal dependence in comparison with the disease in females. We have attempted to define genetic differences in tumors of males that might reflect alterations in pathogenesis, by examining 22 tumors and 11 examples of gynecomastia for ploidy in… (More)

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@article{Wolman1995BreastCI, title={Breast cancer in males: DNA content and sex chromosome constitution.}, author={Sandra R. Wolman and Jocelyn D Sanford and Stanislav Ratner and P. J. Dawson}, journal={Modern pathology : an official journal of the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology, Inc}, year={1995}, volume={8 3}, pages={239-43} }