Bridging frontiers: The role of a Global Breast Research Working Group

Antonio Reyes-Monasterio, Mecker Geraldine Möller, Ivan David Lozada-Martinez, Alexis Rafael Narvaez-Rojas, Gabriel De la Cruz Ku, Ricardo Metke, Luis Felipe Cabrera-Vargas, Lilian Torregrosa-Almonacid, Laura Camila Lesmes, Avisar Eli, Regis Resende Paulinelli

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Breast cancer remains a significant cause of death for women globally, despite advancements in detection and treatment, low- and middle-income countries face unique obstacles. Role of Research Working Group (RWG) can expedite research progress by fostering collaboration between scientists, clinicians, and stakeholders. Benefits of a Global RWG include pooling resources and expertise to develop new research ideas, addressing disparities, and building local research capacity, with the potential to improve breast cancer research and outcomes.

Idioma originalInglés
PublicaciónJournal of Surgical Oncology
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EstadoAceptada/en prensa - 2024

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