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Objective: Despite evidence that screening for breast cancer is effective, adherence with screening recommendations in Iranian women is low. The purposes of this study were to (1) identify the associations between individual characteristics, related health beliefs, and stages of mammography...
In Canada, approximately 40% of the population will be diagnosed with cancer and 25% will die of this disease. In order to treat cancer more effectively, new prognostic and therapeutic targets need to be discovered. In breast cancer, the BH3 only protein BAD has been shown to correlate with...
Tamoxifen is the accepted therapy for patients with estrogen receptor α (ERα)−positive breast cancer. However, clinical resistance to tamoxifen, as demonstrated by recurrence or progression on therapy, is frequent and precedes death from metastases. To improve breast cancer treatment it is vital...
Breast cancer (BrCa) is the most common cancer and the leading cause of cancer-related deaths in women worldwide. Current therapies for BrCa are insufficient to cure metastatic disease and are often associated with debilitating side effects that severely deteriorate the quality of patients’...