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Biology of breast cancer bone metastasis
Cancer Biology & Therapy
Breast carcinoma ranks among the most prevalent malignancies in women. Breast carcinoma frequently metastasizes to bone and approximately 70% of patients with breast cancer have bone metastases, which generally are osteolytic lesions. They cause major morbidity and mortality in patients; and the available treatment options are limited. Bone-specific homing and colonization of cancer cells are important and interesting features of metastasis. There are complex and multiple steps in the processdoi:10.4161/cbt.7.1.5163 pmid:18059174 fatcat:gfxehrtdcjfqdb7bu55bt3umpm