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Translational research in breast cancer

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Published: 26.07.17
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Dr Mark Pegram - Stanford Medical School, Stanford, USA

Dr Pegram talks with ecancer at NOSCM 2017 about translational research in breast cancer, with the focus on diagnostics and the challenges faced in diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer. He discusses a recent paper from Christina Curtis at the Stanford Medical School investigating the evolutionary dynamics of outgrowth in different sub-populations of mutant tumour cells in solid tumours. He goes on to talk about a number of other papers that he discusses in this talk at the meeting.

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