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Application of Biomarkers for the Prediction and Diagnosis of Bone Metastasis in Breast Cancer

Journal of Breast Cancer 2020년 23권 6호 p.588 ~ 598
Liu Feiqi, Ke Jianji, Song Yanqiu,
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 ( Liu Feiqi ) - Jilin University First Hospital Department of Cancer Center
 ( Ke Jianji ) - Jilin University First Hospital Department of Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Surgery
 ( Song Yanqiu ) - Jilin University First Hospital Department of Cancer Center

Abstract


The most common metastatic site of breast cancer is the bone. Metastatic bone disease can alter the integrity of the bone and cause serious complications, thereby greatly reducing health-related quality of life and leading to high medical costs. Although diagnostic methods and treatments for bone metastases (BM) are improving, some patients with early breast cancer who are at high risk of BM are not diagnosed early enough, leading to delayed intervention. Moreover, whole-body scintigraphy cannot easily distinguish BM from non-malignant bone diseases. To circumvent these issues, specific gene and protein biomarkers are being investigated for their potential to predict, diagnose, and evaluate breast cancer prognosis. In this review, we summarized the current biomarkers associated with BM in breast cancer and their role in clinical applications to assist in the diagnosis and treatment of BM in the future.

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Biomarkers; Bone neoplasms; Breast neoplasms; Prognosis

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