Progesterone in Breast Cancer Angiogenesis

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Botelho, M.C.; Soares, R.; Alves, H.;
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  • Subject: Angiogenesis | Progesterone | VEGF | Breast Cancer | Article
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The involvement of steroid hormones in breast carcinogenesis is well established. Recent evidence suggests that angiogenesis can be regulated by hormones. Both oestrogen and progesterone have been implicated in the angiogenic process of hormone-dependent cancers, such a... View more
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