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Breast Cancer: Top KOLs in the world

Ahmedin M Jemal #1
Ahmedin M Jemal
Surveillance & Health Equity Science, American Cancer Societ
Known for Addis Ababa |  Incidence Rates |  African Americans |  United States |  Breast Cancer
Gabriel N Hortobagyi #2
Gabriel N Hortobagyi
From the Department of Breast Medical Oncology, University o
Known for Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy |  Estrogen Receptors |  Tumor Cells |  Adjuvant Therapy |  Breast Cancer

Rebecca L Siegel #3
Rebecca L Siegel
Surveillance and Health Equity Science, American Cancer Soci
Known for Incidence Rates |  Cigarette Smoking |  African Americans |  United States |  Colorectal Cancer
Charles M Perou #4
Charles M Perou
Department of Genetics, University of North Carolina at Chap
Known for Intrinsic Subtypes |  Estrogen Receptor |  Cell Lines |  Breast Cancer |  Gene Expression
Freddie Ian Bray #5
Freddie Ian Bray
Section of Cancer Surveillance, International Agency for Res
Known for Nordic Countries |  Mortality Rates |  Latin America |  New Zealand |  Cancer Incidence
Jacques Ferlay #6
Jacques Ferlay
Cancer Surveillance Branch, International Agency for Researc
Known for Global Burden |  Latin America |  Mortality Rates |  European Union |  Cancer Incidence
Eric P Winer #7
Eric P Winer
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, 450 Brookline Avenue, 02215, B
Known for Adjuvant Chemotherapy |  Brain Metastases |  Young Women |  Endocrine Therapy |  Breast Cancer
Norman Wolmark #8
Norman Wolmark
NSABP/NRG Oncology, and The University of Pittsburgh, Pittsb
Known for Adjuvant Chemotherapy |  Bowel Project |  Clinical Trial |  Radiation Therapy |  Breast Cancer
Daniel F Daniel #9
Daniel F Daniel
Stuart B. Padnos Professor of Breast Cancer Research, Univer
Known for Tumor Cells |  Adjuvant Chemotherapy |  Estrogen Receptor |  Clinical Oncology |  Breast Cancer
Ian Ogilvie Ellis #10
Ian Ogilvie Ellis
University of Nottingham, School of Medicine, Translational
Known for Ductal Carcinoma |  Prognostic Significance |  Estrogen Receptors |  Protein Expression |  Breast Cancer


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