Electro-endocrine combination therapy for aggressive breast tumors

@inproceedings{Camarilloa2007ElectroendocrineCT,
  title={Electro-endocrine combination therapy for aggressive breast tumors},
  author={Ignacio G. Camarilloa and Maxine Nicholsa and Mary Minyi Zhengc and Dan Sonnenburgb and Raji Sundararajanc},
  year={2007}
}
  • Ignacio G. Camarilloa, Maxine Nicholsa, +2 authors Raji Sundararajanc
  • Published 2007
Obesity is an epidemic in the US and an established risk factor for breast cancer incidence and morbidity. In obese patients breast cancer is commonly more aggressive and associated with poor prognosis. The goal of our research is to develop safe and efficient novel therapies to treat aggressive breast tumors, like those in obese patients. To enhance drug uptake we intend to develop electro-endocrine therapy, an electrically mediated hormone (endocrine) delivery system. In this study, we… CONTINUE READING
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