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Bone Marrow Analysis in Breast Cancer Carcinoma in African American and Hispanic Patient Populations

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  1. Human Study


  1. Resource Description
    "The purpose of this study is to find out if the presence of cancer cells in the bone marrow can better help us to determine whether the cancer will spread and the best treatment to recommend for individual women (for example radiation or chemotherapy). This study will also collect blood and tissue specimens from the same individuals who have breast cancer and are tested for risk of cancer spreading to the bones."
  2. PI
    Vadgama, Jaydutt, Ph.D.
  3. Topic
    breast cancer
  4. Study Population
    1256 African American and Hispanic women
  5. Biological Specimen
    Bone marrow samples
  6. Performed by
    Cancer Research and Training Core Facility
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  2. contributor
    efleming (Erik Fleming)
  3. created
  4. creator
    efleming (Erik Fleming)
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