Study Points to Potential Lipid-related Expression Signature for Predicting Hormone Receptor Status in Breast Cancer | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Expression levels of several genes related to lipid or fat metabolism may help in predicting whether women at risk of breast cancer are more prone to forms of the disease that respond to estrogen or not, according to a study out today in Cancer Prevention Research.

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