Breast Cancer: Translational Therapeutic Strategies

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Gary H. Lyman, Harold J. Burstein
Taylor & Francis, Jan 29, 2007 - Medical - 344 pages
Considering the impact of translational breakthroughs on the early detection, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of breast cancer, this all-encompassing guide collects cutting-edge research on the most promising strategies and agents likely to impact the management and long-term outcomes of women with breast cancer. This book will provide current information on rapidly evolving translational therapies, as well as improved strategies for the selection of patients for these treatments.

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