Mammographically dense human breast tissue stimulates MCF10DCIS.com progression to invasive lesions and metastasis
Cecilia W Huo, Mark Waltham, Christine Khoo, Stephen B Fox, Prue Hill, Shou Chen, Grace L Chew, John T Price, Chau H Nguyen, Elizabeth D Williams, Michael Henderson, Erik W Thompson, Kara L Britt
BREAST CANCER RESEARCH | BIOMED CENTRAL LTD | Published : 2016
Awarded by Australian National Breast Cancer Foundation through the EMPathy National Collaborative Research Program
This work was supported in part by the Victorian Breast Cancer Research Consortium, the St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne Research Endowment Fund, the National Breast Cancer Foundation and the University of Melbourne Research Grant Support Scheme (MRGSS). CWH was supported by an Australian Postgraduate Award scholarship. GLC was supported by a postgraduate scholarship from the National Health and Medical Research Council. EDW was supported by funding from the Australian Government Department of Health and the Movember Foundation and Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia through a Movember Revolutionary Team Award. EWT was supported in part by the Australian National Breast Cancer Foundation through the EMPathy National Collaborative Research Program (CG-10-04). KB was supported by a National Breast Cancer Foundation Early Career Fellowship. The study sponsors had no role in the design of the study; the collection, analysis or interpretation of data; or the writing of the manuscript.