Mammary Stem Cells: A Clinician’s View
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Mammary stem cells were identified and isolated more than a decade ago and, although much remains to be learned, a lot has been revealed about their properties and behavior. Yet there is a gap between the newly acquired knowledge and its successful clinical application. This chapter presented a critical view from the perspective of a clinician.
Key wordsCancer stem cells Breast cancer Therapy
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