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Depression: 21st Century Solutions + The Dark Side of Wheat

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Abstract Title:

[Spontaneous regression of breast cancer after biopsy. About two cases].

Abstract Source:

Gynecol Obstet Fertil. 2014 Apr ;42(4):269-72. Epub 2014 Jan 3. PMID: 24394327

Abstract Author(s):

L Maillet, N Chopin, I Treilleux, T Bachelot, O Tredan, C Faure, C Caux, F Beurrier

Article Affiliation:

L Maillet

Abstract:

We report two cases of spontaneous regression of breast cancer occurred in our institution. It was about a 34- and an 82-year-old patient. The examination revealed a palpable nodule. In both cases, biopsy revealed a negative immunohistochemical staining for estrogen and progesterone receptors, and HER-2 negative. Histological analysis of the surgical specimen found fibrous tissue rearrangement without carcinoma. In the first case, a sarcoidosis was diagnosed at the same time, the mediastinal nodes mimicked a metastatic cancer. These cases illustrate a rare phenomenon. The main hypothesis is a carcinoma- directed immune response triggered by the biopsy.

Study Type : Human: Case Report
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