Molecular breast cancer subtypes prevalence in an indigenous Sub Saharan African population

@inproceedings{Galukande2014MolecularBC,
  title={Molecular breast cancer subtypes prevalence in an indigenous Sub Saharan African population},
  author={Moses Galukande and Henry R. Wabinga and Florence Maureen Mirembe and Charles AS Karamagi and Alexzander A A Asea},
  booktitle={The Pan African medical journal},
  year={2014}
}
INTRODUCTION Sub-Saharan Africa is predicted to face an unprecedented growth of cancers including breast cancer. There are indications of a significant burden of aggressive and late stage breast disease among premenopausal women in sub-Saharan Africa; because hormonal status tests are not routinely done, many women are given anti-hormonal therapy empirically. There is paucity of data on breast cancer molecular subtypes and their characteristics among women in sub Saharan Africa. The objective… CONTINUE READING
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