Genetic Changes in Breast Cancer

  • Daniel S. Liscia
  • Tiziana Venesio
  • Amelia Bernardi
  • Alberto P. M. Cappa
  • Robert Callahan
Part of the Contemporary Biomedicine book series (CB, volume 12)

Abstract

Human breast cancer is a group of neoplastic diseases that vary in histological appearance and biological behavior, including the potential for invasiveness and metastasis (Lipmman and Dickson, 1988). Several epigenetic factors influence the development of breast cancer. These seem to be related to the timing and degree of exposure to hormones and growth factors, such as age of menarche, menopause, first pregnancy, and breast feeding (Lipmman and Dickson, 1988). In addition, approx 5% of all. breast cancers are clustered in families that have a high incidence of early onset of the disease (Hall et al., 1990).

Keywords

Breast Cancer Genetic Change Familial Breast Cancer Hereditary Breast Cancer Primary Breast Carcinoma 
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  • Daniel S. Liscia
  • Tiziana Venesio
  • Amelia Bernardi
  • Alberto P. M. Cappa
  • Robert Callahan

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