Estrogen-induced anchorage-independence in human endometrial stromal cells.

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Estrogens are important etiologic agents for most gynecologic malignancies, and chronic exposure to estrogen that is unopposed by progestins conveys the greatest risk. Treatments with estrogen facilitate the process of malignant transformation in rodents, but relatively few studies of estrogen-induced carcinogenesis have been performed using human cells… (More)

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