Prognostic significance of flow cytometric DNA analysis in node-negative breast cancer patients.

Abstract

Flow cytometric DNA analysis using paraffin-embedded tumor blocks was done retrospectively on 155 node-negative breast cancers. The median duration of follow-up in patients still alive at the time of analysis was 10 years. Tumor aneuploidy was correlated significantly with increased tumor size (P = 0.003) and higher tumor grade (P less than 0.001). No… (More)

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@article{Lewis1990PrognosticSO, title={Prognostic significance of flow cytometric DNA analysis in node-negative breast cancer patients.}, author={Wilma E Lewis}, journal={Cancer}, year={1990}, volume={65 10}, pages={2315-20} }