Neoadjuvant chemotherapy can stimulate evolution of breast cancer tumor

December 1, 2015

Russian scientists have found that neoadjuvant chemotherapy in patients with breast cancer can stimulate evolution of the tumor. The results of the research conducted by Nicholay Litvyakov, D.Sc. at Cancer Research Institute, Head of the Tumor Virology Laboratory, and TSU researcher Marina Ibragimova, were published in "Siberian Journal of Oncology."

Previous Article
CDC: Between 2000–2014, measles vaccine prevented more than 17 million deaths [The Pump Handle]

I usually shy away from getting too personal in my work. But in the spirit of Thanksgiving and as a new mom...

Next Article
Study identifies new recurrent genetic mutations involved in origin of AML
Study identifies new recurrent genetic mutations involved in origin of AML

Mariam Ibáñez, lecturer at Universidad Cardenal Herrera CEU (CEU Cardenal Herrera University, UCH-CEU) and ...