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The spectrum of blood serum lipids in patients with breast cancer without metabolic syndrome.

@article{Timovska2011TheSO,
  title={The spectrum of blood serum lipids in patients with breast cancer without metabolic syndrome.},
  author={Yu O Timovska and V. M. Pivnyuk and Igor N. Todor and Nikolay Anikusko and V Chekhun},
  journal={Experimental oncology},
  year={2011},
  volume={33 3},
  pages={
          190-2
        }
}
The incidence of breast cancer has been increasing recently worldwide. Therefore, the search for the novel techniques for diagnosis and treatment as well as the studies elucidating pathogenetic mechanisms associated with tumorogenesis and delineating the molecular markers useful for diagnostics and monitoring of the disease are the topical issues of the day. The tumor develops in the setting of the metabolic disorders. In particular, tumor growth is accompanied by the impaired lipid metabolism… Expand
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