High mammographic density in women is associated with protumor inflammation
Cecilia W Huo, Prue Hill, Grace Chew, Paul J Neeson, Heloise Halse, Elizabeth D Williams, Michael A Henderson, Erik W Thompson, Kara L Britt
Breast Cancer Research | BMC | Published : 2018
Awarded by NBCF through a National Collaborative Research Network
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 (NBCF), the University of Melbourne Research Grant Support Scheme (MRGSS), and the Princess Alexandra Hospital Foundation. CWH was supported by the Australian Postgraduate Awards scholarship. KB was supported by an NBCF Early Career Fellowship. 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 NBCF through a National Collaborative Research Network award (CG-10-04). This study benefited from support provided by the Victorian Government's Operational Infrastructure Support Program to St. Vincent's Institute and to the Peter MacCallum Cancer Institute. The Translational Research Institute is supported by a grant from the Australian Government.