Breast cancer


Comment on “Relationship of breast cancer types with tissue density and patient age, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 2012-2020”

WCRJ 2023; 10: e2496
DOI: 10.32113/wcrj_20232_2496

  Topic: Breast cancer     Category:

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Clinical data analysis of CDKs expression and prognosis in breast cancer

WCRJ 2023; 10: e2475
DOI: 10.32113/wcrj_20231_2475

  Topic: Breast cancer     Category:

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Relationship of breast cancer types with tissue density and patient age, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 2012-2020

WCRJ 2022; 9: e2451
DOI: 10.32113/wcrj_202212_2451

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Maintaining good practice in breast cancer management and reducing the carbon footprint of care: study protocol and preliminary results

WCRJ 2022; 9: e2438
DOI: 10.32113/wcrj_202211_2438

  Topic: Breast cancer, Surgical oncology     Category:

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Comment on “Prognostic significant of neutrophil: lymphocyte ratio, platelet – lymphocyte ratio, and lymphocyte: monocyte ratio in Kurdish patients with breast cancer”

WCRJ 2022; 9: e2427
DOI: 10.32113/wcrj_202211_2427

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Molecular and genetic subtyping of breast cancer: the era of precision oncology

WCRJ 2022; 9: e2367
DOI: 10.32113/wcrj_20227_2367

  Topic: Breast cancer, Molecular pathology     Category:

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Prognostic Significant of Neutrophil: Lymphocyte Ratio, Platelet – Lymphocyte ratio, and Lymphocyte – Monocyte ratio in Kurdish Patients with breast cancer

WCRJ 2022; 9: e2365
DOI: 10.32113/wcrj_20227_2365

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Pre-pharmacological management: bi-screening for depression among breast cancer patients

WCRJ 2022; 9: e2233
DOI: 10.32113/wcrj_20223_2233

  Topic: Breast cancer     Category:

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Investigation of the effect of curcumin on cytotoxicity, genotoxicity, and apoptosis on breast cancer cells

WCRJ 2022; 9: e2149
DOI: 10.32113/wcrj_20221_2149

A paradox from a neurotransmitter: the opposite effects of substance P and its physiological fragments SP (1-7) and SP (9-11) on the proliferation of human breast cancer cells and the migration capabilities of HUVEC cells

WCRJ 2022; 9: e2163
DOI: 10.32113/wcrj_20221_2163