Pregnancy-associated breast cancers are driven by differences in adipose stromal cells present during lactation.

McCready, Jessica.
Arendt, Lisa M.
Glover, Eugene.
Iyer, Vandana.
Briendel, Jerrica L.
Lyle, Stephen R.
Naber, Stephen P.
Jay, Daniel G.
Kuperwasser, Charlotte.
2014

Introduction: The prognosis of breast cancer is strongly influenced by the developmental stage of the breast when the tumor is diagnosed. Pregnancy-associated breast cancers (PABCs), cancers diagnosed during pregnancy, lactation, or in the first postpartum year, are typically found at an advanced stage, are more aggressive and have a poor... read more

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McCready, Jessica, Lisa M. Arendt, Eugene Glover, Vandana Iyer, Jerrica L. Briendel, Stephen R. Lyle, Stephen P. Naber, Daniel G. Jay, and Charlotte Kuperwasser. "Pregnancy-associated breast cancers are driven by differences in adipose stromal cells present during lactation." Breast Cancer Research 16, no. 0 (2, 2014): 1-19.
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