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by Colleoni, Marco and Luo, Weixiu and Karlsson, Per and Chirgwin, Jacquie and Aebi, Stefan and Jerusalem, Guy and Neven, Patrick and Hitre, Erika and Graas, Marie-Pascale and Simoncini, Edda and Kamby, Claus and Thompson, Alastair and Loibl, Sibylle and Gavilá, Joaquín and Kuroi, Katsumasa and Marth, Christian and Müller, Bettina and O'Reilly, Seamus and Di Lauro, Vincenzo and Gombos, Andrea and Ruhstaller, Thomas and Burstein, Harold and Ribi, Karin and Bernhard, Jürg and Viale, Giuseppe and Maibach, Rudolf and Rabaglio-Poretti, Manuela and Gelber, Richard D and Coates, Alan S and Di Leo, Angelo and Regan, Meredith M and Goldhirsch, Aron and Vandebroek, An and Berliere, Martine and Mitine, Carine and Vuylsteke, Peter and Borms, Marleen and D'Hondt, Randal and Glorieux, Philippe and Mebis, Jeroen and Verhoeven, Didier and Coibion, Michael and Forget, Frederic and Duck, Lionel and Wyendaele, Wim and Barbeaux, Annelore and Salmon, Jean-Paul and Berteloot, Patrick and Vermeij, Joanna and Richard, Vincent and Cinieri, Saverio and Gianni, Lorenzo and Clerico, Mario and Pinotti, Graziella and Bernardo, Antonio and Biganzoli, Leo and Gennari, Alessandra and Graiff, Claudio and Amadori, Dino and Passalacqua, Rodolfo and Forbes, John and Francis, Prudence and Foo, Serene and Boyle, Frances and Redfern, Andrew and van der Westhuizen, Andre and Lewis, Craig and Sharma, Ravi and Sharma, Sharad and Beale, Philip and Byard, Ian and Begbie, Stephen and Sardelic, Frank and Abdi, Ehtesham and Clark, David and Chindewere, Aaron and Della-Fiorentina, Stephen and Asghari, Ray and Islam, Mohammed and Na Teo, Lee and White, Shane and Gilbert, Linda and Gardner, Katherine and Uhlmann, Catarina and Rauch, Daniel and Mannhart, Meinrad and Buser, Katharina and Dedes, Konstantin and Mueller, Andreas and Rageth, Christoph and Von Orelli, Stephanie and Senn, Hans Joerg and Pagani, Olivia and Pedrazzini, Augusto and Rochlitz, Christoph and Bodmer, Alexandre and Anchisi, Sandro and Zaman, Khalil and von Moos, Roger and Betticher, Daniel and ... and SOLE Investigators and Institute of Clinical Sciences, Department of Oncology and Sahlgrenska akademin and Göteborgs universitet and Gothenburg University and Sahlgrenska Academy and Institutionen för kliniska vetenskaper, Avdelningen för onkologi
The Lancet Oncology, ISSN 1470-2045, 01/2018, Volume 19, Issue 1, pp. 127 - 138
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BackgroundThe impact of HER2-targeted therapy alone followed by the addition of chemotherapy at disease progression (PD) versus upfront combination was... 
ONCOLOGY | Trastuzumab monotherapy | Long-term responders | HER-positive breast cancer | THERAPIES | DOCETAXEL | CHEMOTHERAPY | PROGRESSION | Treatment outcome | Usage | Analysis | Development and progression | Breast cancer | Genetic aspects | Drug therapy | Multivariate analysis
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The Lancet Oncology, ISSN 1470-2045, 10/2018, Volume 19, Issue 10, pp. 1385 - 1393
We previously reported the 5-year results of the phase 3 IBCSG 23-01 trial comparing disease-free survival in patients with breast cancer with one or more... 
SURGERY | WOMEN | MULTICENTER | METASTASIS | ONCOLOGY | LYMPH-NODES | BIOPSY | RECURRENCE | EORTC 10981-22023 AMAROS | Care and treatment | Cancer patients | Breast cancer | Analysis | Surgery
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by Borghini, L and Png, E and Binder, A and Wright, VJ and Pinnock, E and de Groot, R and Hazelzet, J and Emonts, M and Van der Flier, M and Schlapbach, LJ and Anderson, S and Secka, F and Salas, A and Fink, C and Carrol, ED and Pollard, AJ and Coin, LJ and Kuijpers, TW and Martinon-Torres, F and Zenz, W and Levin, M and Hibberd, ML and Davila, S and Gormley, S and Hamilton, S and Herberg, J and Hourmat, B and Hoggart, C and Kaforou, M and Sancho-Shimizu, V and Abdulla, A and Agapow, P and Bartlett, M and Bellos, E and Eleftherohorinou, H and Galassini, R and Inwald, D and Mashbat, M and Menikou, S and Mustafa, S and Nadel, S and Rahman, R and Thakker, C and Bokhandi, S and Power, S and Barham, H and Pathan, N and Ridout, J and White, D and Thurston, S and Faust, S and Patel, S and McCorkell, J and Davies, P and Cratev, L and Navarra, H and Carter, S and Ramaiah, R and Patel, R and Tuffrey, C and Gribbin, A and McCready, S and Peters, M and Hardy, K and Standing, F and O'Neill, L and Abelake, E and Deep, A and Nsirim, E and Willis, L and Young, Z and Royad, C and White, S and Fortune, PM and Hudnott, P and Gonzalez, FA and Barral-Arca, R and Cebey-Lopez, M and Curras-Tuala, MJ and Garcia, N and Vicente, LG and Gomez-Carballa, A and Rial, JG and Beiroa, AG and Grande, AJ and Iglesias, PL and Santos, AEM and Martinon-Torres, N and Sanchez, JMM and Perez, BM and Pacheco, PO and Pardo-Seco, J and Pischedda, S and Calle, IR and Rodriguez-Tenreiro, C and Redondo-Collazo, L and Fernandez, SS and Silva, MDP and Vega, A and Reyes, SB and ... and EUCLIDS Consortium and EUCLIDS consortium
SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, ISSN 2045-2322, 05/2019, Volume 9, Issue 1, pp. 6966 - 15
Non-coding genetic variants play an important role in driving susceptibility to complex diseases but their characterization remains challenging. Here, we... 
KAPPA-B | SEQUENCE VARIATION | BINDING | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | GENOME | NF-κB protein | Phenotypes | Disease | Epithelial cells | Association analysis | Single-nucleotide polymorphism | Regulatory sequences | Vaccines | Genetic variance | Infectious diseases | Genotyping | RelA protein | Binding sites | Meningococcal disease
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American Journal of Medical Genetics. Part b : Neuropsychiatric Genetics, ISSN 1552-4841, 2016, Volume 171, Issue 5, pp. 573 - 588
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