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Anxiety and Inflammation in Breast Cancer Survivors

Breast cancer survivors often have continuous psychological disorders such as anxiety and depression. Such mood problems may be caused by stress, and affect the quality of life (Pyter et al., 2017). Neuroinflammation may have a critical role in the mood … Continue reading

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Stress, Immunity, and Breast Cancer Patients

Breast cancer patients after surgery often have higher levels of distress and need psychosocial adaptation to the new conditions. The problems of distress among these patients have been related to cellular immune dysfunctions with the negative impacts on the recovery … Continue reading

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Biomarkers for Inflammatory Breast Cancer

Inflammatory breast cancer (IBC) is an aggressive type of breast cancers (BC). Currently only a few specific genetic biomarkers or signatures have been identified for the disease. However, these genetic signatures are not very representative (Remo et al. 2015). More … Continue reading

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Systems Biology and Subnetworks in Breast Cancer

As a complex disease with heterogeneous factors involved, breast cancer have various subtypes with distinct therapeutic response patterns and outcomes (Yersal and Barutca, 2014). Conventional classification systems of breast cancer have limitations in describing such features. In order to achieve … Continue reading

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