Epithelial dysplasia in nipple aspirates of breast fluid: association with family history and other breast cancer risk factors.

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Because of the strong association of epithelial dysplasia and breast cancer, the extent to which dysplasia of breast fluid epithelial cells obtained by nipple aspiration is associated with breast cancer risk factors was investigated. A significantly higher proportion of women who had a first-degree family history of breast cancer had dysplastic cells in… (More)

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@article{Petrakis1982EpithelialDI, title={Epithelial dysplasia in nipple aspirates of breast fluid: association with family history and other breast cancer risk factors.}, author={Nicholas L. Petrakis and Virginia L. Ernster and Eileen B. King and S. T. Sacks}, journal={Journal of the National Cancer Institute}, year={1982}, volume={68 1}, pages={9-13} }