Invasive micropapillary breast cancer: Single-institution experience in the modern era.

Abstract

150 Background: Invasive micropapillary breast cancer (IMPC) is a rare special histologic type of breast cancer with a propensity for nodal metastases. Molecularly, IMPCs have been classified as luminal B; however, clinical outcome data in the era of targeted therapy are limited. Here we report our institutional experience with IMPC. METHODS We… (More)
DOI: 10.1200/jco.2013.31.26_suppl.150

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