Association of polymorphisms of angiogenesis genes with breast cancer
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KeywordsBreast Cancer Breast Cancer Patient Bone Metastasis Breast Cancer Risk Genetic Risk
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This study was supported by the Anniversary Fund of the Österreichische Nationalbank (Project- Nr. 10609).
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