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Treatment of Breast Cancer Lytic Skeletal Metastasis Using a Model in Nude Rats

By Michael Zepp, Tobias J. Bäuerle, Victoria Elazar, Jenny Peterschmitt, Rinat Lifshitz-Shovali, Hassan Adwan, Franz P. Armbruster, Gershon Golomb and Martin R. Berger

Submitted: December 3rd 2010Reviewed: July 4th 2011Published: November 9th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/24269

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Michael Zepp, Tobias J. Bäuerle, Victoria Elazar, Jenny Peterschmitt, Rinat Lifshitz-Shovali, Hassan Adwan, Franz P. Armbruster, Gershon Golomb and Martin R. Berger (November 9th 2011). Treatment of Breast Cancer Lytic Skeletal Metastasis Using a Model in Nude Rats, Breast Cancer - Current and Alternative Therapeutic Modalities, Esra Gunduz and Mehmet Gunduz, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/24269. Available from:

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