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Possible Breast Cancer Treatment for Patients With Specific Gene Mutations

News   Oct 16, 2020 | Original story from Monash University

 
Possible Breast Cancer Treatment for Patients With Specific Gene Mutations

3D image of mammary organoids used to test response to new combination drugs. In pink, cytokeratin 8 staining marking luminal epithelial cells; in white, cytokeratin 14 staining basal epithelial cells; cell nuclei are in blu, dapi. Credit: Kelvin Yip - Monash Mico Imaging (MMI)

 
 
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