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    • The spatio-temporal evolution of lymph node spread in early breast cancer 

      Barry, P; Vatsiou, A; Spiteri Sagastume, I; Nichol, D; Cresswell, G; Acar, A; Trahearn, N; Hrebien, S; Garcia-Murillas, I; Chkhaidze, K; Ermini, L; Cottom, H; Zabaglo, L; Koelble, K; Khalique, S; Rusby, J; Muscara, F; Dowsett, M; Maley, C; Natrajan, R; Yuan, Y; Schiavon, G; Turner, N; Sottoriva, A
    • The Spatiotemporal Evolution of Lymph Node Spread in Early Breast Cancer. 

      Barry, P; Vatsiou, A; Spiteri, I; Nichol, D; Cresswell, GD; Acar, A; Trahearn, N; Hrebien, S; Garcia-Murillas, I; Chkhaidze, K; Ermini, L; Huntingford, IS; Cottom, H; Zabaglo, L; Koelble, K; Khalique, S; Rusby, JE; Muscara, F; Dowsett, M; Maley, CC; Natrajan, R; Yuan, Y; Schiavon, G; Turner, N; Sottoriva, A (2018-10)
      Purpose: The most significant prognostic factor in early breast cancer is lymph node involvement. This stage between localized and systemic disease is key to understanding breast cancer progression; however, our knowledge ...