Published in Cancer Weekly, September 12th, 2000
According to a study presented at the British Cancer Research Meeting 2000, breast cancer tumors should be examined even further to determine their estrogen subtypes, so that more specific treatment regimens can be developed.
Scientists at the St. James University Hospital in Great Britain were authors of the study titled "Immunohistochemical Detection of Estrogen Receptor Beta in Paraffin-Embedded Human Breast Tissues."
Researchers analyzed 20 breast biopsy tumors, a...
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