Published in Cancer Weekly, June 29th, 1998
G. Gasparini et al. sought to validate the prognostic value of the determination of p53 expression, intratumoral microvessel density (IMD) (a measure of angiogenesis), and other conventional features by studying 531 patients operated on for breast cancer (271 node-positive and 260 node-negative), with a median follow-up exceeding 6 years ("Prognostic Significance of P53, Angiogenesis, and Other Conventional Features in Operable Breast Cancer: Subanalysis in Node-Positive and Node-Negative Patients - Clinical Studies," International Journal of...
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