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Phyllodes Tumor Of The Breast: A Retrospective Study Of The Impact Of Histopathological Factors In Local Recurrence And Distant Metastasis | 16000
ISSN: 1948-5956

Journal of Cancer Science & Therapy
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Phyllodes tumor of the breast: A retrospective study of the impact of histopathological factors in local recurrence and distant metastasis

3rd World Congress on Cancer Science & Therapy

Samer Sawalhi

Accepted Abstracts: J Cancer Sci Ther

DOI: 10.4172/1948-5956.S1.030

Introduction:The study was a review of the literature with descriptive approach about the genome project as well as DNA vaccines with special emphasis on cancer vaccines with emphasis on the Human Papillomavirus virus (HPV). Objective: The aims is to present the promising health care themes as the genome project and its benefits ranging from the prevention of future diseases that the individual can develop as well as forms of treatment such as the use of DNA vaccines against HPV causing virus. Methods: We conducted a survey of productions in electronic databases Pubmed, Google Scholar, Lilacs and Medline being selected articles and scientific papers that added information about topics of interest which were read by themes and analyzed. Results: In the phase of studies it is reported that the genome project can be described as the anthology of man who tells a story of billions of years of evolution to mark the genetic sequence finding defective genes to later be exchanged or modified pro normal genes in order to not cause any disease like cancer. For this to happen it is necessary new techniques such as DNA vaccines that are already used but still constantly being studied and improved for the correction of problems or the prevention of diseases such as HPV. Conclusion: The study showed that the work is of great complexity and relevance to prenatal diagnoses and treatments of various diseases and this is therefore a major breakthrough for the scientific community biotechnology.
Samuel Geraldi Fragnani, SG, academic physiotherapy at the Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC) in 2012, with publication in twentieth journey of young scientists of the Association of Universities Grupo Montevideo (AUGM).
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