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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Analysis Of The Contribution Of Immunologically-detectable Her2, Steroid Receptors And Of The "triple-negative" Tumor Status To Disease-free And Overall Survival Of Women With Epithelial Ovarian Cancer
Author: De Toledo M.C.S.
Sarian L.O.
Sallum L.F.
Andrade L.L.A.
Vassallo J.
De Paiva Silva G.R.
Pinto G.A.
Soares F.A.
Fonseca C.D.P.P.
Derchain S.F.M.
Abstract: We assessed associations between steroid receptors including: estrogen-alpha, estrogen-beta, androgen receptor, progesterone receptor, the HER2 status and triple-negative epithelial ovarian cancer (ERα-/PR-/HER2-; TNEOC) status and survival in women with epithelial ovarian cancer. The study included 152 women with primary epithelial ovarian cancer. The status of steroid receptor and HER2 was determined by immunohistochemistry. Disease-free and overall survival were calculated and compared with steroid receptor and HER2 status as well as clinicopathological features using the Cox Proportional Hazards model. A mean follow-up period of 43.6 months (interquartile range = 41.4 months) was achieved where 44% of patients had serous tumor, followed by mucinous (23%), endometrioid (9%), mixed (9%), undifferentiated (8.5%) and clear cell tumors (5.3%). ER-alpha staining was associated with grade II-III tumors. Progesterone receptor staining was positively associated with a Body Mass Index. ≥. 25. Androgen receptor positivity was higher in serous tumors. In stand-alone analysis of receptor contribution to survival, estrogen-alpha positivity was associated with greater disease-free survival. However, there was no significant association between steroid receptor expression, HER2 status, or TNEOC status, and overall survival. Although estrogen-alpha, androgen receptor, progesterone receptor and the HER2 status were associated with key clinical features of the women and pathological characteristics of the tumors, these associations were not implicated in survival. Interestingly, women with TNEOC seem to fare the same way as their counterparts with non-TNEOC. © 2013 Elsevier GmbH.
Editor: Urban und Fischer Verlag Jena
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1016/j.acthis.2013.09.010
Address: http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?eid=2-s2.0-84899951186&partnerID=40&md5=f4b1be8a13b993e6d39764dc3988c275
Date Issue: 2014
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