Making Gains Against Triple-Negative Breast Cancer
Researchers reported on new approaches to the knotty problem of triple-negative breast cancer, using genomics to identify ways of targeting the intractable disease with drugs already in the industry pipeline, at the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium Dec. 4-8.
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