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A study comparing the effects of continuous and cyclic oral contraceptive treatments on mammary gland microenvironment and tumor progression in BALB/c mice using the 4T1 transplantation model
Cyclic oral contraceptives (OC), although effective at preventing uterine and ovarian cancers, increase breast cancer risk. However, the effects of extended use (continuous) OC on breast cancer risk are unknown. We hypothesize ...
Trans-organ and Intra-organ Cancer Susceptibility
Risk of sporadic cancer varies greatly in the population and is influenced by many cancer susceptibility genes collectively. In spite of the large number of cancer susceptibility loci detected in humans or in animal models ...