- Question from Barb: Are you aware of the Inflammatory Breast Cancer Research Foundation's BioBank and do you feel this will be beneficial in the research we need?
- Answers - Gabriel N. Hortobagyi, M.D., F.A.C.P. For further understanding of the biology of inflammatory breast cancer, it is critical to develop collections of tumors and a well-annotated description of the patients and the treatment used for the treatment of that tumor. The more these selections of well-annotated tumors can be developed, the more rapidly we will learn how to best treat, monitor, and prevent these tumors.
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