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Researchers Gather to Address New Tools in Development for Breast Cancer Detection

hers in their innovative approaches to breast cancer detection and prevention," stated Marc Hurlbert, PhD, Director of the Avon Foundation Breast Cancer Crusade. "Our goal is to advance research that will one day eradicate breast cancer and, at the same time, facilitate collaboration and sharing. This meeting is a part of that critical process."

The funded researchers and their research initiatives include:

Kim Baltzell, PhD, University of California San Francisco

Viruses in breast fluid as possible biomarkers for breast cancer

David Gilley, PhD, and Hiromi Tanaka, PhD, Indiana University

Telomere dysfunction markers for breast cancer detection

Bassem Haddad, MD, Georgetown University

Improving the diagnostic power of ductal lavage for early detection of breast cancer by assessing multiple molecular markers in the same specimen

Sam Hanash, MD, PhD, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Validation of an autoantibody signature for breast cancer

Gary Johanning, PhD, University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center

Breast cancer screening by assessing serum HERV-K antibodies and RNA

Celina Kleer, MD, University of Michigan

Enhancer of Zeste2 as a biomarker of preneoplastic progression in the breast

Susan Love, MD, Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation

Development of a breast fluid test to identify women at risk for breast cancer

Emanuel Petricoin, PhD, George Mason University

Phosphopeptide biomarkers for early breast cancer detection in women with mammographically occult cancer

Ginette Serrero, PhD, A&G Pharmaceutical

Development of GP88 serum test for early breast cancer diagnosis

Charles Streckfus, DDS, MA, FAOM, University of Texas Health Sciences Center at Houston

Identifying biomarkers for breast cancer detection in saliva

Sara Sukumar, PhD, Johns Hopkins / Seema Khan, MD, Northwestern

Gene methylatio

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