Comparative study of breast cancer in Mexican and Mexican-American women

@inproceedings{Martnez2010ComparativeSO,
  title={Comparative study of breast cancer in Mexican and Mexican-American women},
  author={Mar{\'i}a Elena Mart{\'i}nez and Luis Enrique Guti{\'e}rrez-Mill{\'a}n and Melissa 1. Bondy and Adri{\'a}n Daneri-Navarro and Maria Mercedes Meza-Montenegro and Iv{\'a}n Anduro-Corona and Ma Isabel Aramburo-Rubio and Luz Mar{\'i}a Adriana Balderas-Pe{\~n}a and Jos{\'e} Adelfo Barragan-Ruiz and Abenaa M. Brewster and Graciela Caire-Juvera and Juan Manuel Castro-Cervantes and Mario Alberto Ch{\'a}vez Zamudio and Giovanna Santoni Cruz and Alicia Del Toro-Arreola and Mary E. Edgerton and Mar{\'i}a Rosa Flores-M{\'a}rquez and Ram{\'o}n Antonio Franco-Topete and Helga Garcia and Susan Andrea Gutierrez-Rubio and Karin Hahn and Luz Margarita Jim{\'e}nez-P{\'e}rez and Ian K. Komenaka and Zoila Arel{\'i} L{\'o}pez Bujanda and Dihui Lu and Gilberto Morgan-Villela and James Murray and Jesse N. Nodora and Antonio Oceguera-Villanueva and Miguel A. Mart{\'i}nez and Laura Michel and Antonio Quintero-Ramos and Aysegul Sahin and Jung Yeon Shim and Maureen M Stewart and Gonzalo V{\'a}zquez-Camacho and Betsy C. Wertheim and Rachel Zenuk and Patricia L Thompson},
  year={2010}
}
Breast cancer is the number one cause of cancer deaths among Hispanic women in the United States, and in Mexico, it recently became the primary cause of cancer deaths. This malignnancy represents a poorly understood and understudied disease in Hispanic women. The ELLA Binational Breast Cancer Study was established in 2006 as a multi-center study to assess… CONTINUE READING