PO-31 - Circulating tumour cells and hypercoagulability: a lethal relationship in metastatic breast cancer.
AffiliationInstitute of Cancer Sciences, University of Manchester; Department of Academic Surgery, University Hospital of South Manchester
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AbstractCirculating tumour cells (CTCs) are a marker of poor prognosis and are associated with increased risk of venous thromboembolism in metastatic breast cancer.
CitationPO-31 - Circulating tumour cells and hypercoagulability: a lethal relationship in metastatic breast cancer. 2016, 140 Suppl 1:S188 Thromb Res
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