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What is meant by a luminal (phenobarbital) type cancer/tumor?
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Dr. Liawaty Ho
Internal Medicine - Hematology & Oncology
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In brief: Subtype of cancer
If you are talking about breast cancer- a luminal (phenobarbital) cancer is a subtype of breast cancer, the name "luminal (phenobarbital)" derives from similarity in expression between these tumors and the luminal (phenobarbital) epithelium of the breast.
These are the most common subtypes, make up the majority of er-positive breast cancer, and are characterized by expression of er, pr.

In brief: Subtype of cancer
If you are talking about breast cancer- a luminal (phenobarbital) cancer is a subtype of breast cancer, the name "luminal (phenobarbital)" derives from similarity in expression between these tumors and the luminal (phenobarbital) epithelium of the breast.
These are the most common subtypes, make up the majority of er-positive breast cancer, and are characterized by expression of er, pr.
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