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Response of Triple Negative Breast Cancer to Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy: Correlation between Ki-67 Expression and Pathological Response
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Response of Triple Negative Breast Cancer to Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy: Correlation between Ki-67 Expression and Pathological Response
Elnemr, Gamal M; El-Rashidy, Ahmed H; Osman, Ahmed H; Issa, Lotfi F; Abbas, Osama A; Al-Zahrani, Abdullah S; El-Seman, Sheriff M; Mohammed, Amrallah A; Hassan, Abdelghani A;
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 Abstract
Triple-negative breast cancers constitute about 15% of all cases, but despite their higher response to neoadjuvant chemotherapy, the tumors are very aggressive and associated with a poor prognosis as well as a higher risk of early recurrence. This study was retrospectively performed on 101 patients with stage II and III invasive breast cancer who received 6-8 cycles of neo-adjuvant chemotherapy. Out of the total, 23 were in the triple negative breast cancer subgroup. Nuclear Ki-67 expression in both the large cohort group (n
 Keywords
Triple negative breast cancer;neoadjuvant chemotherapy;Ki-67;pathological response;
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English
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