The prevalence of intrinsic subtypes and prognosis in breast cancer patients of different races.

@article{Kurebayashi2007ThePO,
  title={The prevalence of intrinsic subtypes and prognosis in breast cancer patients of different races.},
  author={Junichi Kurebayashi and Tokuharu Moriya and Takanori Ishida and Hisashi Hirakawa and Masafumi Kurosumi and Futoshi Akiyama and Toshibumi Kinoshita and Hiroyuki Takei and Kaoru Takahashi and Masafumi Ikeda and Kazutaka Nakashima},
  journal={Breast},
  year={2007},
  volume={16 Suppl 2},
  pages={
          S72-7
        }
}
A recent report indicated that a high prevalence of basal-like breast tumors (estrogen receptor [ER]-negative, progesterone receptor [PR]-negative, human epidermal growth factor receptor [HER] 2-negative, and cytokeratin 5/6-positive and/or HER1-positive) could contribute to a poor prognosis in African American women with breast cancer. It has been reported that Japanese women with breast cancer have a significantly better survival rate than other races in the USA. These findings suggest that… CONTINUE READING
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