Race did not affect outcome in triple receptor-negative breast cancer

October 2008
Hem/Onc Today;10/10/2008, Vol. 9 Issue 18, p20
This article focuses on the statement issued by Shaheenah S. Dawood, a senior specialist registrar with Dubai Hospital in the United Arab Emirates, regarding the effect of race on outcome in triple receptor-negative breast cancer, at the 2008 Breast Cancer Symposium. According to the results of the study, black women with triple receptor-negative breast cancer will have outcomes identical to those of women of other races when assigned to similar treatment.


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