Diagnostic, prognostic and therapeutic approach of HER2 overexpression in canine mammary neoplasms

Antonio Fernando Leis Filho
Mammary gland neoplasms are the most common type of cancer in female dogs with half of these being malignant. The life expectancy of animals diagnosed with this disease is generally low. Due to the difficulty in treatment and the high prevalence of mammary gland cancer, the identification of diagnostic, prognostic and therapeutic factors is very important. HER2 is a tyrosine kinase receptor with great relevance in human breast neoplasms, and its overexpression is linked to...
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