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June 2, 2016
Building on the world’s largest breast cancer study, BC Cancer Agency scientists map the relationship between cancer mutations and clinical outcomes in 2,433 women. Dr. Samuel Aparicio co-led a study with Dr. Carlos Caldas from Cancer Research UK and these teams have shown that what lies beneath the surface is critical as no two breast […]
May 5, 2013
A team co-led by Dr. Samuel Aparicio and scientists from the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute (at the University of Cambridge) has published a comprehensive analysis of 1302 breast cancer samples, identifying a key role for microRNAs in controlling tumour progression, and pathogenesis. The study was published in Nature on May 5, 2013. From Nature.com […]