Published in Cancer Weekly, April 23rd, 2002
Although significant findings for both p53 and microvessel density were detected in specimens obtained from 84 bladder cancer patients, the authors of the new study doubted that p53 status was related to tumor angiogenesis, based on their evidence.
"This study, which to our knowledge is the first to focus on primary resection specimens, suggests that other genetic or environmental factors may contribute to the regulation of angiogenesis in...
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