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Raman spectroscopy of isogenic breast cancer cells derived from organ-specific metastases reveals distinct biochemical signatures
Characterizing the subtle divergence of the metastatic lesions from the primary tumor is critical to understanding organ-specific adaptations that regulate further disease progression as well as the development of targeted ...
Where Culture Meets Genetics: Exploring Latinas' Causal Attributions of Breast and Colon Cancer and Mental Models of Disease Inheritance
(Johns Hopkins University, 2017-02-01)
Purpose: To describe Latina immigrants’ causal attributions of breast and colon cancer and explore this group’s mental models of disease inheritance. Methods: A qualitative exploratory design comprised of freelisting, ...
ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN ALDH1A1 POLYMORPHISMS, ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION, AND MORTALITY AMONG HISPANIC AND NON-HISPANIC WHITE WOMEN DIAGNOSED WITH BREAST CANCER: THE BREAST CANCER HEALTH DISPARITIES STUDY
(Johns Hopkins University, 2017-04-21)
Background ALDH1A1 is a marker of both normal tissue and cancer stem cells, where it is involved in self-renewal, differentiation and self-protection. Few studies have examined the association between ALDH1A1 and mortality ...