Tumor proteins help predict breast cancer mortality

02/2/2009 | Reuters

A Canadian study found that analyzing how proteins interact in tumors can help predict a woman's chances of surviving breast cancer. Researchers said breast cancer survivors had a different organization in the network of proteins within cancer cells than patients who died. Tracking those proteins allowed researchers to predict accurately whether patients would die from their breast cancer in 82% of cases.

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