Genetics and In Vitro Behavior That Can Predict Breast Cancer Recurrence Identified in Transcriptome Study at Georgetown

Breast Cancer Cells
Genetics and cell behavior that can determine if a woman is at risk for a recurrence of breast cancer have been identified by investigators at Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, providing new research avenues for preventing a new tumor from developing. The discoveries were made possible by an advanced technology developed at Georgetown Lombardi that allows laboratory researchers to greatly expand, or multiply, hard-to-extract breast tissue cells. The findings appeared April 22, 2022, in Scientific Reports. The open-access article is titledCharacterization of Transcriptome Diversity and in Vitro Behavior of Primary Human High-Risk Breast Cells.”
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