Treatment and survival outcome for molecular breast cancer subtypes in black women.

@article{Ihemelandu2008TreatmentAS,
  title={Treatment and survival outcome for molecular breast cancer subtypes in black women.},
  author={Chukwuemeka U. Ihemelandu and Tammey J. Naab and Haile M. Mezghebe and Kepher H. Makambi and Suryanarayana M. Siram and Lasalle D. Leffall and Robert L. Dewitty and Wayne A. I. Frederick},
  journal={Annals of surgery},
  year={2008},
  volume={247 3},
  pages={
          463-9
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To analyze whether the local-regional surgical treatments (breast-conserving therapy, mastectomy) resulted in different overall survival, distant metastasis-free survival, and locoregional recurrence-free survival rates for the various molecular breast cancer subtypes. SUMMARY BACKGROUND DATA Molecular gene expression profiling has been proposed as a new classification and prognostication system for breast cancer. Current recommendation for local-regional treatment of breast cancer… CONTINUE READING
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Immunohistochemical and clinical FIGURE 2. Estimated survival function for the Cox regression of time to death on several predictors for the molecular breast cancer subtypes

  • TO Nielsen, FD Hsu, K Jensen
  • Ihemelandu et al Annals of Surgery • Volume 247,
  • 2008

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