Inflammatory Breast Cancer—The Disease
Inflammatory Breast Cancer—The Biology
The Myth about Breast Cancer
Did you know? It is a myth that you have to have a lump to have breast cancer. Find out more about inflammatory breast cancer below.
Molecular Probes® Technologies
Learn more about the technologies Dr. Robertson uses in her cancer research.
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See more videos about Susan G. Komen and American Airlines, including the Promise Grant award supporting IBC and support for other breast cancer research.
Gain even more insight to Dr. Robertson's cancer research by taking a look at this collection of peer-reviewed research publications.
|Immunofluorescent staining of cells from the Mary-X model of inflammatory breast cancer, which form tumor emboli, stained with anti–E-cadherin antibodies (green fluorescence). These tumor emboli invade skin and lymph nodes by lymphovascular invasion, denoted by the lymphovascular endothelium stained with podoplanin antibodies (red fluorescence) that encircle the tumor emboli. Credit for the images goes to Dr. Zaiming Ye, Dr. Savitri Kirshnamurthy, and Moishia C. Wright.|