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Expression of Folate Receptor Alpha and it's Clinical Significance in Breast Carcinoma
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Expression of Folate Receptor Alpha and it's Clinical Significance in Breast Cancer


Dr. Ping Tang is Professor of Pathology at University of Rochester Medical Center. Dr. Tang is a surgical pathologist with a subspecialty interest in breast pathology. Her educational background includes a research fellowship at Harvard Medical School, a PhD from MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston Texas and a Fellowship in Surgical Pathology from Yale-New Haven Hospital in Connecticut. Dr. Tang’s impressive career has yielded extensive research publications and her current appointment at URMC. 

Her current research focuses on the use of immunocytochemical analysis to identify breast tumors with a high risk for bone metastasis. This presentation will discuss the selective expression of Folate Receptor alpha (FRA) in breast cancer: in particular the IHC expression of FRA in invasive ductal carcinoma (IDC) and in situ ductal carcinoma (DCIS).

Date: May 17, 2014 Time: 9:00am EST (USA)  

“Expression of Folate Receptor alpha and its Clinical Significance in Breast Carcinoma”



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