"Correlation of Hormonal Receptors Estrogen Receptor, Progesterone Receptor and Her-2/Neu with Tumor Characteristics in Breast Carcinoma: Study of 100 Consecutive Cases"
written by Priyadarshini Biswal, Susmita Behera, Asaranti Kar, Dilleswari Pradhan, Pradeep Kumar Behera, Subrat Burma, Chandraprava Mishra,
published by International Journal of Clinical Medicine, Vol.6 No.12, 2015
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