IMAGES

  1. Biological characterisation of HER2 amplified breast cancer

    breast cancer thesis phd

  2. HUMAN BREAST CANCER CELL LINE MDA-MB-231 A Thesis

    breast cancer thesis phd

  3. (PDF) Development of a Breast Cancer Specific Patients Concerns

    breast cancer thesis phd

  4. (PDF) Epigenetic regulation of the integrin ITGA2 in breast cancer

    breast cancer thesis phd

  5. PhD in Cancer Research Sample by PhD Research Samples

    breast cancer thesis phd

  6. Examples of breast cancer research papers ln-Personal Statement Phd

    breast cancer thesis phd

VIDEO

  1. Breast Cancer: Innovative Cancer Treatment and Research at UVA

  2. Education Session HER2+ Breast Cancer Updates from the Clinic and the Lab

  3. How can clinicians personalize breast cancer treatment for patients?

  4. Tumor Microenvironment 101

COMMENTS

  1. PDF Potential Novel Molecular Targets for Breast Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment

    1.2.1 Definition. Breast cancer is a malignant tumor arising from epithelial cells of glandular milk ducts or lobules of the breast [16]. Breast carcinoma is classified as either non-invasive (carcinoma in situ) or invasive, depending on whether or not the tumor has started to grow outside the basal membrane.

  2. PDF A Novel Approach for Local Treatment of Breast Cancer

    breast[Porter, 1998] ridding the body of this excess of black bile involved venesection, purgation, cupping, leaching, enemas and bizarre diets (many "alternative" treatments of breast cancer to this day are in fact a form of neo-galenism). In the mid 19th Century the humoral theory of breast cancer was overturned by a mechanistic model which

  3. PDF Machine Learning and Personalized Breast Cancer Risk Prediction

    Mammography can detect breast cancer at the asymptomatic phase with around 85% sensitivity and around 95% specificity (19). Since 2009 the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommends breast cancer screening with biennial mammograms for women age 50 to 74 years old (18, 20).

  4. PDF Women'S Experiences of Breast Cancer: a Longitudinal Perspective

    This thesis reports an exploration of women's experiences of breast cancer throughout the healthcare trajectory from shortly after diagnosis to early follow-up, one year later. Chapter 1, 'Biomedical Perspectives on Breast Cancer', provides the reader with contextual and background information regarding breast cancer, describing

  5. Ph.D. thesis : Predicting the Breast Cancer response to Chemotherapy by

    Request PDF | Ph.D. thesis : Predicting the Breast Cancer response to Chemotherapy by Image Processing and Deep Learning | Breast cancer is one of the most common diseases in women around the ...

  6. PDF Targeted Therapies for the Treatment of Metastatic Breast Cancer

    In the United States, 13% of women are diagnosed with invasive breast cancer in their lifetime. and 6% of breast cancer patients have metastatic disease at initial diagnosis [1]. Moreover, nearly. 30% of women with early stage breast cancer will develop metastatic disease [2]. About 42,000.

  7. PDF Automated Prediction and Early Detection of Breast Cancer in Mammograms

    EARLY DETECTION OF BREAST CANCER IN MAMMOGRAMS A THESIS SUBMITTED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN THE FACULTY OF SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING 2020 Georgia Ionescu School of Engineering Department of Computer Science. Contents Abstract 20 Declaration 21

  8. PDF Identification and Validation of Candidate Breast Cancer Biomarkers: a

    1.1 Breast Cancer 2 1.1.1 Statistics / Epidemiology 2 1.1.2 Anatomy and types of breast cancer 3 1.1.3 Current breast cancer screening methods 4 1.1.4 Early diagnosis of breast cancer is essential 8 1.2 Cancer biomarkers 9 1.2.1 Definition and types of biomarkers 9 1.2.2 Characteristics of an ideal tumor marker 12

  9. Discovery and Validation of Biomarkers in Breast Cancer

    The work described in this thesis focuses on the discovery of novel candidate biomarkers for breast cancer, but also emphasize the equally important value of validating existing ones. The first study examined the expression of the protein MARCKSL1 by immunohistochemistry. Increased expression of MARCKSL1 was previously associated with risk for ...

  10. PDF Discovery and Validation of Biomarkers in Breast Cancer

    In the search for novel prognostic and predictive biomarkers in breast cancer, microRNAs are now emerging as potential candidates. In previous studies, gene expression of miR-18a and miR-18b correlated with high proliferation and basal-like features of breast cancer. In the second study, we applied chromogenic in situ hybridization to

  11. Breast Cancer Knowledge, Attitude, and Screening Practices among

    This Dissertation is brought to you for free and open access by the Walden Dissertations and Doctoral Studies Collection at ScholarWorks. It has been accepted for inclusion in Walden Dissertations and Doctoral Studies by an ... breast cancer rates are significantly higher in developing countries than in developed countries (Demchig et al., 2017).

  12. PDF Understanding the neurocognitive mechanisms and improving cognitive and

    Survivors of Breast Cancer Jessica Swainston A thesis submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in the Department of Psychological Sciences Birkbeck, University of London, October 2019 . 2 Declaration 'I, Jessica Swainston, declare that the work in this submitted thesis is my own'.

  13. PDF An Investigation into the Mechanisms of Angiogenesis and Breast Cancer

    PhD Thesis 2023. i An Investigation into the Mechanisms of Angiogenesis and Breast Cancer Metastasis Ivonne Cesarina Olivares García MD, MSc ... Breast cancer survival rates have increased over the years due to early detection and therapeutic efficacy. However, after many years of what appears to be disease-free ...

  14. PDF Developing a Breast Cancer Disease Detection Model Using Cnn Approach

    cause of cancer among females worldwide and a growing public health burden in low-resource settings. As of World Health Organization (WHO) 2020 cancer country profile report, breast cancer is leading cancer in Ethiopia with the highest age standardized mortality rate of 22.9 per 100,000 population [6].

  15. The tumour microenvironment as a potential therapeutic target in breast

    Haider, Marie-Therese (2016) The tumour microenvironment as a potential therapeutic target in breast cancer. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield. Metadata. Supervisors: Holen, Ingunn and Brown, Nicola: Awarding institution: ... MTH PHD Thesis post minor corrections Filename: MTH PHD Thesis post minor corrections.pdf. Licence: This work ...

  16. Advancing Cancer Treatment: Nano-Based Therapy and Innovative

    PhD Dissertation. Department. Interdepartmental Pharmacy. Restriction Status EMBARGOED. Restriction Type Full. Date Available 04-29-2029. Metadata ... approaches to enhance treatment efficacy and potentially overcome the challenges associated with triple-negative breast cancer. In Chapter 3, attention was directed towards the utilization of DQ ...

  17. "Computer aided diagnosis system for breast cancer using deep learning

    Accordingly, this dissertation proposes a new state-of-the-art CAD system for breast cancer diagnosis that is based on deep learning technology and cutting-edge computer vision techniques. Mammography screening has been recognized as the most effective tool to early detect breast lesions for reducing the mortality rate.

  18. Dissertation or Thesis

    This dissertation sought to clarify the impact of shifting incidence by (1) characterizing the epidemiology of young black women's breast cancer, and (2) investigating temporal shifts in breast cancer biology and diagnostic imaging use as contributors to rising young-onset distant disease.

  19. A review of prognostic and predictive biomarkers in breast cancer

    Breast cancer (BC) is a common cancer all over the world that affects women. BC is one of the leading causes of cancer mortality in women, which today has decreased with the advancement of technology and new diagnostic and therapeutic methods. BCs are histologically divided into in situ and invasive carcinoma, and both of them can be divided into ductal and lobular. The main function after the ...

  20. Theses & Dissertations

    Characterizing modifiable risk factors of breast cancer recurrence and mortality in a cohort of women with luminal, triple-negative, and HER2-overexpressing breast cancer: ... PhD : Cancer incidence, mortality, and immunotherapy outcomes in relation to sleep problems: Results from Cardiovascular Health Study and a cancer immunotherapy cohort ...

  21. Theses & Dissertations: Cancer Research

    Theses/Dissertations from 2022. PDF. Omics Analysis in Cancer and Development, Emalie J. Clement. PDF. Investigating the Role of Splenic Macrophages in Pancreatic Cancer, Daisy V. Gonzalez. PDF. Polymeric Chloroquine in Metastatic Pancreatic Cancer Therapy, Rubayat Islam Khan. PDF. Evaluating Targets and Therapeutics for the Treatment of ...

  22. PDF Best Nursing Practices in Caring for Patients With Breast Cancer Genes

    Breast cancer is the second most common cancer in women, surpassed only by skin cancer (National Institute of Health, 2019). In 2019, approximately 268,000 women were diagnosed with breast cancer (National Cancer Institute, 2020). Approximately seven out of a hundred women will develop breast cancer before the age of seventy (Centers for Disease

  23. PDF University of Ghana http://ugspace.ug.edu

    THIS DISSERTATION IS SUBMITTED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF GHANA, LEGON IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT FOR THE AWARD OF MASTER OF PUBLIC HEALTH DEGREE . JULY, 2019. ... Breast cancer is a type of cancer that results from the abnormal rapid growth of the cells

  24. PDF Master Thesis

    Western countries breast cancer represents of 25% to 30% of the total incidence of cancers in women and is responsible for 15% to 18 % of mortality (Emaus, 2009). Worldwide, 1.301.867 of new cases of breast cancer is registered and deaths were 464.454 fallowed by other types of cancer (WHO, 2008).

  25. USPSTF Review: Screening for Breast Cancer

    Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer mortality for US women, despite a steady overall decline in breast-cancer mortality rates over the past 20 years. 1 The average age-adjusted rate for the years 2016-2020 was 19.6 per 100 000, with an estimated 43 170 deaths in 2023. 1,2 The majority of cases occur between the ages of 55 and 74 ...

  26. Perceptions of Breast Cancer Risks Among ...

    Dense breasts, in which breasts are composed of more glandular tissue relative to fatty tissue, is an independent, nonmodifiable risk factor for breast cancer and can mask cancer on mammograms. 1 Dense breast tissue is present in 40% to 50% of women undergoing screening mammography 2 and is associated with a 1.2 to 4.0 times higher risk of ...

  27. Adana Llanos, PhD, MPH: Fighting Against Cancer Inequities

    Adana Llanos, PhD, MPH, a cancer and molecular epidemiologist and health equity scholar, has been selected as the new co-leader of the Cancer Population Sciences program. Adana Llanos, PhD, MPH, comes from a family where the risk of breast cancer is high, even from an early age.

  28. The Program in Cancer Biology celebrates our newest PhD's

    Brandie Taylor, PhD (Balko Lab) Brandie successfully defended her dissertation, and we wish you success in your future career; we will miss you here at Vanderbilt! Dr. Taylor's research was recently published in Cancer Discovery: NKG2A is a Therapeutic Vulnerability in Immunotherapy-Resistant MHC-I Heterogeneous Triple-Negative Breast Cancer.

  29. New Study: Analysis Supports New Recommendation to Begin Mammogram

    MADISON, Wis. (April 30, 2024) — Breast cancer screening every two years beginning at age 40 has the potential to reduce the number of women who die of breast cancer while minimizing the harms, according to a large study published today. These results helped inform the updated final recommendation of the United States Preventive Services Task Force released today.

  30. The Latest News from Your Classmates

    Ed continued his graduate studies at Harvard, earning a PhD in 1973. His doctoral dissertation became the book News from Nowhere: Television and the News (1973). Ed taught at Harvard, MIT, and UCLA, and then decided to return to New York City and to focus on researching and writing books. ... Ruby was then a leading breast cancer researcher at ...