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Targeting multiple pathways in breast cancer


Breast cancer (BC) is a highly prevalent disease. Worldwide, it is the most common cancer diagnosed and the leading cause of cancer death in women, making this disease a very important focus of interest and research. There is great heterogeneity in clinical outcomes among women diagnosed with BC, possibly indicating that biological heterogeneity is a major factor interfering with tumor development and progression. Presently, it is known that specific genetic expression patterns divide BC into distinct molecular subtypes. In fact, a better understanding of molecular profiles in BC and more advances in biological technology has divided each BC subtype further into additional subcategories.

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